Images such as this, which depict the remains of Russian fighting aircraft SU-35 after it was downed by the Ukrainian forces, could hurt demand for Russian arms among Southeast Asian countries. File photo: Reuters
Images such as this, which depict the remains of Russian fighting aircraft SU-35 after it was downed by the Ukrainian forces, could hurt demand for Russian arms among Southeast Asian countries. File photo: Reuters
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Russian military hardware wrecked in Ukraine war could ‘lower demand’ in Southeast Asia

  • From Vietnam to Myanmar and Indonesia, Moscow’s defence clients may look elsewhere for arms after witnessing its forces’ poor performance, a new report says
  • As the Ukraine conflict impacts supply, buyers could turn to India for spare parts — or even seek alternatives from North Korea

Images such as this, which depict the remains of Russian fighting aircraft SU-35 after it was downed by the Ukrainian forces, could hurt demand for Russian arms among Southeast Asian countries. File photo: Reuters
Images such as this, which depict the remains of Russian fighting aircraft SU-35 after it was downed by the Ukrainian forces, could hurt demand for Russian arms among Southeast Asian countries. File photo: Reuters
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