The Angolan National Air Force reportedly has taken delivery of the final four of 12 Su-30K multirole fighters refurbished at the Belarusian 558th Aviation Repair Plant to the Su-30SM standard. The 12 fighters were part of a batch of 18 first used by the Indian Air Force as a bridge to the Su-30MKI and then returned to Russia. Angola is believed to still be in negotiations for the final six aircraft.

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