If it’s an SU25, they look a complete bag o sh*te, but they tend to be able to fly when required.
I’ll give Russian aircraft their dues. When they’re not being shot down or being flown into the ground by drunk pilots, they’re surprisingly reliable, if not agricultural, in their operation.
You know you’re flying careers going nowhere though when you have to swap flying in some sh*t hole in Africa to having to bale out the Russian Air Force.
Russian domestically produced aircraft are, without exception, shyte.
Their military aircraft burn through engines like no tomorrow (they simply don't have the technology to make the turbine blades required, among many other failings), and in comparison with their NATO opponents, have utterly bonk radar and targeting systems.
Their civilian aircraft are even worse. How do I know this? Go travelling with a Fortune 500 or FTSE 200 company in Central Asia and the CIS regions: apart from Aeroflot, nearly every domestic carrier is not approved for employees to travel on (and doing so would render their corporate travel insurance policy invalid). Why? Because they crash.
Pished up pilots are the least of your problems: maintenance done with Chinese parts or Russian parts held together with Chinese made gaffer tape - if maintenance has been done at all, low quality fuels, wrong grades of lubricant being used, etc. Not a recipe for a long life.