The terms of the contract for the Su-35 for Egypt have to be shifted

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The terms of the contract for the Su-35 for Egypt have to be shifted

It is reported that production of aircraft of the 4 ++ Su-35 generation has been launched as part of the implementation of the contract for their export. Komsomolsk-on-Amur plant will build fighters for Egypt.

About this with reference to an unnamed source reports the news agency TASS.



The first batch of combat vehicles, according to some reports, was supposed to go to Egypt this year, but a pandemic intervened in the process. Dates have to be shifted, including the timing of the production of the Su-35. At the moment, specific dates for the implementation of the Russian-Egyptian contract are not reported.

Recall that it was signed in 2018. He implies the supply of several dozen military vehicles. According to unconfirmed reports, the total amount of the previously concluded contract is about 2 billion US dollars.

It is important to note that previously Washington threatened the Egyptian side with the implementation of the CAATSA sanctions package because of military-technical cooperation with the Russian Federation. The package implies the introduction of various kinds of restrictive measures, including economic measures. In Russia, it was believed that the United States was thus trying to convince Egypt of the "need" to acquire American fighters instead of Russian ones.

Russia and Egypt also have an agreement on the supply of helicopters for universal landing ships of the Mistral type. These are the very ships that France built for Russia at one time, but, supporting sanctions, decided to cancel the deal by returning the money. Ships bought Egypt. Now he is making an air wing formation.
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    1. +6
      16 May 2020
      A couple of months for such complex things is not particularly critical, I think so.
      1. 0
        16 May 2020
        The main contract for 26 aircraft, and this is a whole regiment. Good ...
      2. 0
        16 May 2020
        Quote: Vladimir_2U
        not particularly critical

        But this is not known: it is necessary to study the contract.
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    3. +2
      16 May 2020
      It all depends on the content of the contract. If the contract does not provide for phasing restrictions and we meet deadlines, without penalties, then it is the supplier’s business in which batches to deliver.
    4. +2
      16 May 2020
      Wow contract! And complete silence on the air ... Well, yes, we are a gas station with broken pumps, where we need to deliver super planes ... Israel can make fun of anything ... you can tell them only - do not be so nervous ... well, striped-eared broke off.
    5. +1
      16 May 2020
      A force majeure contract stipulated? Otherwise, the Egyptians may legally demand the payment of fines for the failure of the contract.
      1. 0
        16 May 2020
        Lean Today, 07: 11
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        A force majeure contract stipulated? Otherwise, the Egyptians may legally demand the payment of fines for the failure of the contract.
        I believe that lawyers do not eat bread in vain.
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          16 May 2020
          Quote: aszzz888
          lawyers do not eat bread in vain

          Just like with butter and caviar.
        2. 0
          16 May 2020
          Quote: aszzz888
          I believe that lawyers do not eat bread in vain.

          So it’s so, but if you look at the Nord Stream 2 contract, for example, no contract prevented the contractors from “rolling the fishing rods” and giving the tree. A question for lawyers. I do not know what was written there and how, but with regard to contractors and penalties in relation to them, complete silence. But they did not just "drag out the deadlines", but they abandoned them insolently before completing the construction.
        3. 0
          17 May 2020
          Quote: aszzz888
          I believe that lawyers do not eat bread in vain.

          Yes. Almost all the bread goes to them.
    6. +2
      16 May 2020
      In Russia, it was believed that the United States was thus trying to convince Egypt of the "need" to acquire American fighters instead of Russian ones.
      This, and don’t go to the grandmother. Merikatos have shaking and tenacity due to the fact that someone is buying Russian weapons. laughing
    7. +3
      16 May 2020
      For collectors, it was possible to isolate themselves and not introduce workshops with slipways the size of a football field.
    8. 0
      16 May 2020
      the amount of the previously concluded contract is about 2 billion US dollars
      What can I say? The contract is large, and the hard workers in Komsomolsk will try, because noble plant. Been at the factory airfield span in 1989
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    10. 0
      16 May 2020
      And how much did we sell Egypt to the Su35C?
    11. +2
      16 May 2020
      "Egyptian force"

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