Uganda received a batch of Russian Su-30MK2

At the air base, "Entebbe" Air Force of Uganda (East Africa) from Russia delivered the next couple of Su-30MK2.

As reported earlier TSAMTO, Sun Uganda in 2010 as part of a package deal bought six Su-30MK2 fighters and other weapons, the total cost of which amounted to 740 million dollars, including 327 million dollars for the fighters. The first two aircraft were delivered in July 2011, the second pair — in October 2011, the last two aircraft — in May 2012. 

During the exhibition "Africa Aerospace and Defence 2012" (Pretoria, South Africa) August 21, 2012 Deputy General Director of "Rosoboronexport" Alexander Mikheyev said the company is negotiating additional supply of Uganda six Su-30MK2 fighters under the option of the previous contract six aircraft.

Apparently, the contract was signed shortly after the announcement. It is noteworthy that in December 2012, President Yoweri Museveni of an official visit to Russia, during which reviewed the work of several enterprises of the Russian defense industry. Perhaps in the course of this visit, and the contract was signed.

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