اوغندا تجري محادثات مع روسيا لي شراء ست Su-30MK2 متعددة المهام
ووقعت عقد ست هليكوبتر Mi-17s
وسوف مروحيتين هذا العام
Uganda is in talks with Russian state arms export company
Rosoboronexport over an option purchase of six more Sukhoi Su-30
multirole fighter jets, the company's Deputy Director Alexander Mikheyev
said on Friday at an arms exhibition in South Africa.
Uganda signed its first contract to buy six Su-30MK2 fighters this
year, he said. "Now, we are talking about an option, the Ugandans
expressed interest in buying another six aircraft of this type," he
Rosoboronexport has also signed a contract to sell six Mi-17 helicopters to Ghana, he said.
"We have signed a contract this year to sell six Mi-17s to Ghana," he
said. The first two aircraft will be delivered to Ghana in a year, he
said, adding talks are also underway about setting up a helicopter
service center in the region.