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If you have no money, what is your first reaction? It must be borrowed from a friend. So what if you put this question on the state? Don't be surprised, the country is also bankrupt, but few countries have come to this step, but there are quite a few countries that lack money, such as Russia. Although Russia inherited the huge legacy of the Soviet Union that year, it is a pity that the Soviet Union’s economy was a mess, and Russia would not be very good. Although Russia looks very clear in recent years, the economy is not very good.
Russia is probably the only major country in the world's largest powers that can rank top. It sells natural resources (oil, natural gas, etc.) and sells arms. This is not the case. In the past few years, when the price of oil and natural gas in the international market changed, Russia began to pay for military expenses and other expenses. When the market is good, there will be more military expenses. If the price is low, it will cut military expenses. However, when the international crude oil market rose in the past few years, it was used to a good day. Now it is natural to go back to poverty. Russia is naturally unhappy, so it is eyeing the profits of the sale of large arms.
This time, Russia took out the Su 35 in its hands and found an old Chinese customer in an attempt to gain a breather through sales to China. But now, no more than in the past, in 2015, our army did not have five generations of machines, and there were not enough advanced fighters. In addition, at that time, in order to be able to form a purchase agreement for the S400 air defense system, China purchased 24 aircraft. The injection of this money made the country of Russia at that time wide. But now China has its own research and development 歼20, comparable to Russia's most advanced fighter Su 57, and there are other complementary models under the 歼20 echelon, Su 30 is a chicken rib for our army.