Sorry, just so we're clear, I'm not defending the decision to purchase the An-148 for the Russian military. And in fact the military didn't want the aircraft, and didn't pay for it. The purchase was made from a separate federal program to support domestic aircraft manufacturing. With a separate fund paying for the purchase, the MinDef accepted the aircraft. As for a competing project domestically, do you mean the SSJ? Because it has too many American components that could be subject to sanctions. Or do you mean the Tu-334? Which is dead, and should stay that way.The An-148 partnership was made at a time Russia when was willing to invest in Ukrainian military-industrial complex. Russians at the time could have instead invested in their own, which is what they have done since 2014. This deal has had many critics, as Russia has had its own domestic project in the same category as the An-148.