"Today there are no contracts. Foreign partners are showing high interest in this jet, which turned out to be highly effective during the Russian Aerospace Forces’ operation in Syria. The talks are being held but it is too early to speak about specific volumes and countries," Shugaev said on the sidelines of the MAKS-2017 air show.
In May, Russia’s military exporter Rosoboronexport said that some Middle Eastern countries, including Jordan, showed interest for the Su-32 bomber jet.
The 13th International Aviation and Space Salon MAKS-2017 kicked off on Tuesday in Zhukovsky, a town in the Moscow Region, and will last through Sunday.