Not 100% topic related
but the gefest system can effectively be mounted on anything. I've read a few articles and they stated its mounted on su-24, Su-25, Tu-22m ka-52. The first three I've heard of it being on there but ka-52? also if su-34 is a replacement for su-24 shouldn't it also have the system as in syrian type conflict is was very cost effective.
Also I read accuracy of 3-5m although many articles have doubted this and suggest 25-40m anyone confirm this.
another thing couldn't Russia export the system I'd imagine it would be very popular especially with the poorer nations they could use any existing aircraft rotary, jet, helicopter, this would include cargo planes. iraq am sure would have loved it and Russia could do a sneaky deal with Iran. Iran could put it on its su-22 and homegrown F-5 projects. iraq could put it on its L-159 and it would have been a better option for its hellfire armed cessna to have than firing expensive hellfire all the time. Russia could also offer it as an upgrade for yak-130 purchases. China could use it on its H-6 and India on its tejas(once it gets off the ground lol) as a dedicated strike version, could also work in conjunction with embraer for an option for its super tucano. many countries are still using older aircraft and likely will be in years to come mig-21, mig-23, j-7, f-5, alpha jet, L-39, pucara, bae hawk, mirage, jaguar, to name a few even interceptors could get turned into dedicated strike aircraft. and of course cargo planes. This another reason I like the system it's not just cost effective but can be installed on almost anything and initially it could surprise the enemy thinking that simple trainer or cargo plane is in the area or flying head and the next minute a handful of bombs are raining down on you. imagine an enemy convoy and an IL-76 flying over head unleashes 40-60 tons of bombs with fairly good accuracy
many countries I am sure would love the system as not every country can afford the luxury of smart munitions or purchase large quantities. and the system I'd imagine doesn't cost the earth. great export potential.