Russia is losing its Arms Export Potential as to War in Ukraine

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Russia describes its Ka-52 Alligator helicopter as a “flying tank” but a Ukrainian dossier points out large defects with it EFREM LUKATSKY
Russia describes its Ka-52 Alligator helicopter as a “flying tank” but a Ukrainian dossier points out large defects with it EFREM LUKATSKY

As a consequence of western sanctions and the need to replace destroyed equipment in Ukraine, the Russian government halted several arms contracts

According to the Ukrainian report, that The Times got access to, the Russian government has been forced to halt arms contracts.

In March Moscow suspended a contract for delivery of two Ka-32 helicopters to Serbia. In May and June, Russia informed Algeria about delays to the execution of contracts for the supply of military equipment, including amphibious aircraft and software devices.

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In July the defense ministry proposed to terminate the contract for the supply of Orlan-10 drones to Myanmar and pay compensation. It also offered to postpone the supply of four Su-30SME fighters, two Pantsir-S1 air defense systems and a radar system, the report says.

The Russian aggressor lost several Su-35 in Ukraine
The Russian aggressor lost several Su-35 in Ukraine

Russia also informed Vietnam about the suspension of its supply of artillery systems and anti-tank missile systems, as well as its inability to build Kazan Ansat light helicopters because of international sanctions, the report says.

Moscow is delaying the start of the implementation of a contract for AK-203 assault rifles to India, and contracts to supply Kazakhstan and Belarus with equipment for the Tor-M1 anti-aircraft missile system are also “at risk of failure”.

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