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    Post  Viktor on Sat Mar 28, 2015 8:47 am

    36 new Su-30 for Kazahstan

    Defending Russia delivers 4 fighter aircraft to Kazakhstan


    The delivery marks the completion of the first phase of the order, which was announced in February and will see a total of 36 aircraft manufactured and exported to Kazakhstan, as the country looks to bolster its combat aircraft reserves.
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    Post  mack8 on Sat Apr 04, 2015 9:29 pm

    First two Su-30SM for Kazakhstan!

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    Post  sepheronx on Fri Apr 10, 2015 2:42 am


    They can sign even more agreements? I mean, Kazakhstan is part of CSTO, I believe they are part of integration of air defence systems, etc. so what more agreements can they sign?
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    Post  mack8 on Wed Apr 15, 2015 5:36 pm

    According to rumours, at least one SM (04) has left for or already arrived at Taldy-Kurgan in Kazakhstan.
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    Post  mack8 on Sat Apr 18, 2015 10:03 pm

    Some more footage:
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    Post  George1 on Wed May 06, 2015 10:58 am

    Russia will start deliveries of Su-30SM fighters to Kazakhstan in 2015
    Russian Aviaton » Tuesday May 5, 2015 10:51 MSK

    Russia will start deliveries of Su-30SM fighters to Kazakhstan in 2015; the contract for delivery of the first four jets of the type has already been signed, the head of Irkut Corporation's delegation at LAAD-2015 exhibition held in Rio de Janeiro, Viktor Lichaev, told RIA Novosti.

    “In fact the deliveries have already been started. The first two vehicles have already been delivered to the customer and two more will be delivered soon. These jets will take part in parade held in Kazakhstan this year,” he said.

    Lichaev said that this is only the beginning of cooperation between the parties in this area. “Kazakhstan is going to place more orders for Su-30SM jets,” Lichaev said.
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    Post  George1 on Thu May 07, 2015 10:46 am

    Production of the first Yak-58 aircraft will be started in Kazakhstan this summer
    Russian Aviaton » Wednesday May 6, 2015 22:16 MSK

    Joint venture between Russia and Kazakhstan – YAK ALACON (Alliance of aircraft designers) is going to start production of the first Yak-58 prototype this summer, Interfax-AVN reports with reference to Alexander Toporov.

    “This summer we are going to resume development of the upgraded version of Yak-58 aircraft,” A.Toporov said. He believes that “financing for the project will be provided in the coming months”. “The Yak-58 project will be financed via some large international bank as well as one private bank,” Toporov explained.

    According to him, the upgrade was offered by Yakovlev engineering center (part of Irkut Corporation). In particular, Yak-58 will be fitted with a new engine, state-of-the-art avionics, and its aerodynamics will be improved. More powerful engine allows improving the aircraft’s performance in terms of range (2200 km), the source said. He added that the “changes were made in design, systems, components and equipment” of the upgraded Yak-58.

    The aircraft’s certification will take about year and a half, Toporov added. “The type certificate for the upgraded Yak-58 may be issued in late 2016 or early 2017. Two Yak-58 flying prototypes will participate in the flight testing; it will take around seven months to manufacture these two aircraft. It is expected that around 100 flights will be performed in the course of the certification process,” Toporov explained.

    According to him, “development of Yak-58 is in line with the state policy and programs implemented by the President of Kazakhstan”. “Yak-58 is a part of the country’s development program, but we are not asking for state financing; it is our principled position,” Toporov noted.

    Light multi-role Yak-58 aircraft features a twin-boom configuration, П-formed tail and pusher propeller. The vehicle has a full-metal fuselage made of aluminum alloys. Initially the turboprop was designed taking into account such factors as comfort, ergonomics and safety.

    The range of Yak-58 powered by RED A03 V12 engine is 2200 km, cruise speed - 285 km/h, maximum takeoff weight - 2115 kg, maximum payload – 550 kg.

    YAK ALACON was established in 2003 as a joint venture between Russia and Kazakhstan with the participation of Yakovlev design bureau. The primary objective of the company is development of the aviation market and promotion of Yak aircraft at Asian market. One of the major projects of YAK ALACON is certification and start of mass production of light multi-role Yak-58 aircraft seating 6 passengers. YAK ALACON is also taking part in the program for development of new Yak-152 (Kadet) trainer aircraft, which should replace the legendary Yak-52, which takes part in many international airshows.

    The company is also developing SUNKAR family of UAVs in cooperation with Irkut Corporation.
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    Post  higurashihougi on Fri Jun 19, 2015 6:30 am

    Wonder will the Kazaks get Su-35 in the next deal ?
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    Post  mack8 on Fri Jun 19, 2015 10:43 pm

    Kazakhstan is committed to as many as 36 Su-30SM up to 2020, of which 4 have been delivered already. So i find unlikely they will order Su-35 too.
    Depending if they would still want a high-lo mix, perhaps they will order some MiG-35? Presumably the Su-30SM will supplement then  replace Su-27, MiG-35 would do same for MiG-29 and  they could have their MiG-31 upgraded, all backed by Yak-130 trainers - the next aquisition in the 2020s would logically be T-50.

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    Post  sheytanelkebir on Sat Jun 20, 2015 1:09 am

    Does mig35 offer them the endurance they would need? I reckon they could buy some su35 as an interim type then the next order will be for pak fa after 2020...
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    Post  GarryB on Tue Sep 01, 2015 6:48 am

    The MiG-35 should have excellent endurance and be actually better for the area than the larger heavier Flanker.

    Both aircraft have external fuel tank capacity and inflight refuelling probes... the main difference is that for most operational roles the flanker will fly with tanks half empty, while for a few missions the MiG will carry external drop tanks.

    the smaller lighter MiG should be cheaper to buy and to operate.


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    Post  George1 on Thu Oct 15, 2015 2:05 pm

    Leaders of Russia and Kazakhstan discuss bilateral relations, Eurasian union development

    Putin noted that the global economy and the economies of the two countries were experiencing difficult times

    ASTANA, October 15. /TASS/. Presidents of Russia and Kazakhstan Vladimir Putin and Nursultan Nazarbayev are discussing at a meeting in Astana the bilateral relations and the development of the Eurasian Economic Union. Putin suggested the agenda while opening the meeting.

    Putin noted that the status of a state visit with which he arrived in Kazakhstan "pointed to the level and nature of our relations." The Russian leader described cooperation between Russia and Kazakhstan as "not just trust-based, but as allied relations in every sense."

    Putin noted that the global economy and the economies of the two countries were experiencing difficult times. He added though that trade between Russia and Kazakhstan in rubles demonstrated growth. The Russian president also pointed to the big volume of investment. According to Putin, the conditions for the development of the two countries’ economies are created by the EAEU as well. "We have already seen our partners’ suggestions concerning the development of relations between the economic associations. They are willing to cooperate with the Eurasian Union in different formats," the Russian president said. "All that will be a matter of discussion."


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    Russia to Sign Military Goods Control Agreement With Kazakhstan

    According to a document published on a government legal portal, Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered the signing of an agreement with Kazakhstan to control the availability and use of military goods.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered the signing of an agreement with Kazakhstan to control the availability and use of military goods, a document published on a government legal portal Monday stated.

    "The Russian Government shall sign the agreement after completion of negotiations with Kazakhstan," the document stated, without providing further details.

    The agreement pertains to goods delivered as part of a 2013 Russian-Kazakh military-technical cooperation agreement.

    Russia and Kazakhstan are two members of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO), a six-country military alliance established in 1992. Armenia, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan are the other founding members, and Afghanistan and Serbia are observer states.

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    Russia, Kazakhstan Sign 5 Deals on Baikonur Space Center in 2015

    Moscow and Astana reached five intergovernmental agreements on Baikonur Space Center operations in Kazakhstan, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said Friday.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — The Baikonur is an international facility for operating Russian and multinational space programs. Russia holds a lease on the Baikonur Space Center until 2050, in accordance with an agreement between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Kazakhstan.

    "Over the past year, the Russian and the Kazakh side have done a lot of work. Five intergovernmental agreements were signed, including on the conditions of operating educational institutions on the territory of Baikonur, in accordance with which six schools teaching in Kazakh language were given to Kazakhstan," Rogozin said.

    In addition, Russia and Kazakhstan signed a protocol for procedures, organizations and other legal entities using facilities on the territory of the Baikonur center, as well as agreements to protect the environment, the official added.

    Read more: http://sputniknews.com/science/20151127/1030850720/russia-kazakhstan-baikonur.html#ixzz3sgkn81YH


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    Post  George1 on Tue Feb 16, 2016 10:34 am

    Putin signed a law on the use of Russian military facilities on the territory of Kazakhstan

    In addition, the President signed the law on ratification of the two protocols to the Russian-Kazakh agreement on the lease of objects and fighting fields Flight Test Center of the Russian Federation on the territory of Kazakhstan

    MOSCOW, February 15. / TASS /. Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a law on ratification of a number of protocols to the international instruments on the use of military facilities on the territory of Kazakhstan.

    Protocols on amendments and additions to the agreement between Russia and Kazakhstan on the conditions of use and rent of testing ground Sary-Shagan regulates its use by the Kazakh side. In particular, the document proposes to January 1, 2016 to reduce on the basis of reducing the amount of land leased by the landfill amount of rent, which pays the Russian Federation to Kazakhstan, from $ 18,932,000 to $ 16,276,000.

    In addition, Putin signed a law on ratification of the two protocols to the Intergovernmental Russian-Kazakh agreement on the lease of objects and fighting fields Flight Test Center of the Russian Federation on the territory of Kazakhstan. The document provides for the exclusion from its membership sites that do not use the Defense Ministry, and in which is possible to conduct the Kazakh side of seasonal agricultural and exploration work, without prejudice to this central mission objectives. It also will reduce the amount of rent paid by the Russian Federation to Kazakhstan from January 1, 2016 from $ 4,454,000 to $ 3,081,000.

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