Reports that Moscow requested an extra $7 billion from Delhi for the Sukhoi/HAL Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft (FGFA) joint venture are not valid, the leader of Russia’s Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation (FSMTC) said Monday.On May 24, Defense News announced that the Russian side was requesting more than $7 billion as a component of India’s offer in the improvement of the FGFA, contending the venture will include exchange of innovation of a few cutting edge frameworks. FSMTC Director Dmitry Shugaev said at the Paris Air Show focused on that not a solitary nation on the planet, aside from Russia, has imparted such touchy innovations to India.India will get not only a plane, but rather the privilege to its property he said.Shugaev focused on that Russia was not talking about downgrading the stream’s specialized qualities amid transactions with the Indian side but instead about adjusting it for India’s needs.Russian Sukhoi T-50 (PAK FA) is a Russian fifth-era stealth contender. It is a solitary seat, twin-motor multirole fly contender intended for air prevalence and assault parts. The primary flight of the flying machine occurred in 2010.FGFA depends on the PAK FA. In the venture, the Russian side is spoken to by the airplane maker and the Indian side by Hindustan Aeronautics. The underlying FGFA assention was marked in 2007, the last understanding, which will incorporate the venture’s financing conditions, is yet to be agreed upon.