AL MONITOR : Moscou peine à vendre des avions de combat au Moyen-Orient par Kirill Semenov

A Russian Tupolev Tu-160 strategic bomber and Su-35S jet fighters fly in formation over central Moscow during the Victory Day military parade on May 9, 2021. - KIRILL KUDRYAVTSEV/AFP via Getty Images Read more:

Alors que l’Égypte et l’Algérie auraient renoncé à leurs projets d’acquisition d’avions de combat de fabrication russe, il y a des spéculations sur le fait que Téhéran pourrait devenir un acheteur potentiel.

Russia seems to be having a hard time finding a buyer for its most advanced weapons in the Middle East.

In early January, there were reports that Algeria had rejected a deal to purchase Russian Su-35 fighter jets. According to Algerian defense analysts, Algiers came to the decision due to a lack of a modern on-board radar station, which does not meet the requirements of the Algerian military. LINK TO ARTICLE