According to multiple reports, Pakistan is aiming to export its JF-17 Thunder Fighter Planes to four countries.
The country is looking at numerous prospective buyers across the globe including those in India’s neighborhood and the traditional defense partners of New Delhi in Africa.
Last week, when Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Bajwa visited Beijing, the matter of Chinese fighter jets and other military equipment made available for Pakistan to export to other countries was high on the meeting’s agenda.
Pakistan is hoping to sale batches of the JF-17 Thunder fighter jets it has developed with Chinese support to Myanmar, India’s neighbor and Nigeria, India’s defense partner in Africa.
Myanmar has already bought four JF-17’s with the help of the Chinese, furthermore, Pakistan hopes to sell them to Malaysia and Azerbaijan as well.