Indonesia is set to buy up to 60 infantry fighting vehicles from Russia in a deal worth more
than $100 million, according to local news paper Izvestia. Although, the deal is expected to be finalized on February 10, Indonesia will recieve 20
BMP-3 vehicles before the end of the year. Kurganmashzavod, the manufacturer of the BMP-3, said that it will produce modified
vehicles for the use of the Indonesian Army. In 2010, the Russian army stopped purchasing the infantry fighting vehicles.
The Indonesian National Defense Forces (TNI) chief has revealed details of the weapons and other equipment expected in the US$1.14 billion deal to purchase 11 Sukhoi Su-35 fighter jets from Russias arms exporter, Rosoboronexport