La même info vu du côté Khrunitchev (sauf qu'à mon avis la dernière phrase du texte anglais est mal écrite: lire ...for first Angara's second stage firing tests... car ce moteur équipera le second étage (URM2) et non le premier):
Russian Space Agency (Roscosmos) says the Russia’s Voronezh–based Design Bureau of Chemical Automatics successfully carried out another test firing of its advanced liquid-propellant rocket engine, designated 14D23/RD-0124A, on June 24. The engine is being developed for the next generation evolved Soyuz-2-1b launcher developed by Samara Space Center (“TsSKB-Progress”), as well as for Khrunichev`s Anagara launch vehicle.
The new engine has already undergone more than 180 firing tests. However, this is for the first time a version of 14D23/RD-0124A engine has been manufactured with ultimate margins and it was tested in extreme firing environment on June 24. The test excellent results proved high reliability of the engine.
The 14D23 is the first post-soviet engine for Russian rockets. In Dec. European satellite Corot was launched with the help of the engine. In July 2008, the engine was tested again during the launch for the Ministry of Defense from Plesetsk. Both times Soyuz-2-1b launcher was used.
A version of 14D23/RD-0124A engine has been delivered from Voronezh to Khrunichev Space Center (Moscow). The move is in preparation for Angara’s first stage firing tests scheduled for the end of this year.