Agenda of the meeting of the Russian-Indian commission for military-technical cooperation (October 4-5)


Indian Air Force will be adopted by at least 214 fifth-generation fighter, established jointly with Russia.

"We want to get 166 single rooms and 48 double perspective of combat vehicles (FGFA) by 2017," — said the Air Force Commander Air Marshal Norman Anil Kumar Browne on Monday at a press conference in New Delhi.

Promising aviation complex tactical aircraft (PAK FA) has a number of features that are unique not only for Russia but also for the world of practice
The military commander, recently has taken up the post, commented on the request of the journalists agenda of the 11th session of the Russian-Indian intergovernmental commission on military-technical cooperation (MTC), which will be held in Moscow from 4th to 5th October.
According to him, "in a meeting co-chairmen: Indian Defence Minister Arakaparambila Curia Anthony and his Russian counterpart Anatoly Serdyukov — a theme FGFA will be one of the most important."

"Until now, the contract was at a preliminary stage. In 2012, when negotiations begin on the next phase — the design of aircraft directly, it will be tough for his promotion of both sides, "- said the commander in chief of the Indian Air Force.

Brown also said that during his visit to Moscow Anthony will discuss options based customer representatives in Russia — Air India and Indian companies and organizations involved in the joint project — gosaviapredpriyatii Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) and DRDO (of the Defence Research and Development ) — to monitor its implementation.
"According to preliminary estimates, in 2017 we will be able to adopt the first batch of ultra-modern fighter jets, although, of course, much will depend on the test results," — he added, "Interfax".

According to the newspaper VIEW, before it became known that the Indian Air Force intend to buy another 59 Mi-17V5, in addition to the already booked and started to arrive in the country 80 machines of this type.

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