Russian experts said the Russian-Indian cooperation to ensure implementation of the project more expensive Five machine
Data Figure: Russian T-50 model developed by the fifth-generation fighter
Global Network reporter Zhu Ying library on January 10 reported that Russia’s strategic analysis and planning, deputy director of Constantine ? Makiyenko that December 2010, Russia and India signed the joint development of fifth generation fighter aircraft export contracts to ensure that Russia’s implementation of this expensive project.
10, according to Itar-Tass reported on 21 December last year, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev’s visit to India, the two countries signed a total value of $ 295 million in India on the fifth-generation fighter version of the preliminary design contract. This means that India’s formal participation in the Russian fifth generation fighter project.
Makiyenko said: “As China’s military equipment and defense industry has long been a strategic partner, India’s participation in T-50 program, to ensure the irreversibility of the plan.”
he that the meaning of the contract even more than in January 2010 the Russian Five fighter prototype (T-50) of the first test flight. He said: “If (2010) January 29 to prove the program’s technical maturity, December 21, then the contract is to ensure the aircraft’s commercial and industrial prospects.”
Markey extension Division that the implementation capacity of fifth-generation fighter program with the country’s economic strength dependencies. There are similar programs, including the United States (GDP $ 14.3 trillion), China (8 trillion), Japan (4.4 trillion) and Russia (2.3 trillion). In addition, South Korea announced its intention to develop fifth generation fighter aircraft, there is news that South Korea may be involved in projects in Indonesia. Makiyenko said that the two countries, the sum of gross domestic product from 2.3 to 2,400,000,000,000 U.S. dollars.
Makiyenko said, there are signs that the domestic aviation industry has a strong system and a fourth-generation fighters of France (GDP $ 2.1 trillion) and Sweden (3000 million) ready to give up the first Five aircraft program, and 15 to 20 years, they will withdraw from the market. He said: “Of course, this may partly explain the lack of military and political threat, but the main reason is to give financial and economic capabilities are limited. Simply put, these countries’ economic strength sufficient to ensure the implementation of the project so expensive.”
He stressed that Russia and India combined gross domestic product of almost $ 6 trillion in this economy has been based on the implementation of the project there is nothing to doubt.