Another fall of a Russian fighter jet could force India to buy American counterparts

Foreign journalists began a massive discussion of the next fall of the MiG-29K Russian fighter,

owned by India. According to media representatives, this may ultimately force the country to purchase American or French counterparts.

For example, the Eurasian Times stated,that obsolete Russian warplanes have crashed for the third time in a year, which is clearly a matter of concern to the Indian authorities. Ultimately, due to the failures of the MiG-29K, they may resort to "opening the doors for French Rafale fighters and US aircraft."