1. India - Project 11356 Frigates, Mi-17V-5 Helicopters (48) as well as licensed production of Kalashnikov assault rifles in India. (The reported lease of
another Project 971 SSN remains rather far-fetched imho)
2. Iraq - Mig-35 (no definitive source of any deal confirmed)
3. Algeria - Su-32
4. Egypt - Ka-52K
...and there's also the usual talk of Iran speculated as a potential buyer, though no particular shopping list has been seen yet.
These would certainly go a long way in terms of sales and much needed income for state arms manufacturers, as well as in maintaining Russia's position on the global stage. Building and maintaining relationships via arms sales & support is obviously critical to Russia's capacity to project itself and its interests on the global stage, and it would certainly want to complete these agreements as soon as possible.
India's recent starry-eyed seduction with all things American unfortunately places more challenges on Russia to succeed in competing for contracts. It needs to step up its game significantly now, which really should serve as a positive impetus in my view. Then of course there are other avenues to be explored should India spurn its long partnership with Russia, specifically Pakistan. Realistically though, Pakistan cannot come even close to matching the overall value of keeping Russia-India ties strong (geo-politically, economically, strategically etc.).