Monday, July 15, 2024

Egypt didn’t buy Ka-52 «Alligator» attack helicopters

Rosoboronexport has refuted an earlier report by TASS that Egypt has signed a contract to buy Ka-52 attack helicopters.

“There was nothing of the kind, at least at this exhibition,” Anatoly Isaikin, director-general of Rosoboronexport, said.

Previously, we reported that Egypt has ordered 50 attack helicopters Ka-52 «Alligator»

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