JF-17 and L-15 aircrafts of China exported to Sri Lanka and Africa

JF-17 fighter

US DefenseNews website reported today that Pakistan signed a JF-17 agreement with Sri Lanka. As a joint project by China and Pakistan, JF-17 export should also be granted by China.

It is also reported in Chinese media that some foreign news website said Nigeria had decided to spend 25 million US dollars to buy three JF-17 fighter jets, which is the first export of this kind of aircraft.

L-15 plane exported to Zambia

DefenseNews also reported (link unclear) that Zambia is to received its first L-15 training plane from China. Zambia ordered six L-15 aircrafts from China in April, which cost 100 million US dollars.

It was reported that China has become the only aircraft supplier of Zambia. Apart from L-15, China has delivered 16 K-8 training planes and 7 Z-9 helicopters to this African country.

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