The network has high-quality photos of the RV-02 radar, which is an improved version of the Vostok-E radar, developed jointly with the Republic of Belarus.
In 2013, the Vietnam Air Force, in the framework of the replacement of obsolete P-18 radar from the Soviet era, considered the possibility of purchasing a mobile solid-state digital two-coordinate radar RV-01 / Vostok-E, developed by the Belarusian JSC Design Bureau Radar "). Whether a contract was signed for the supply of stations is not known reliably [Vietnam has been supplied with at least one radar. - bmpd], but already in 2014, Vietnamese media reported that the Institute of Military Sciences and Technology of Vietnam's Armed Forces developed the radar RV-02, which is an upgraded version of the Vostok-E radar developed jointly with the Republic of Belarus. Externally, this station is no different from the Belarusian prototype.
As the Vietnamese Internet portal Soha.vn informs, the first 3 complexes of the RV-02 radar were put into trial operation in the Vietnam Air Force. These radars can effectively detect modern unobtrusive fighters, including the J-20 being developed in China. The station is characterized by increased noise immunity, secrecy, reliability and mobility.