Russia and India want to sign a large list of sea, land and air weapons not affected by U.S. sanctions

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 Russia and India want to sign a large list of sea, land and air weapons not affected by U.S. sanctions


Russias Tass News Agency reported Tuesday that Drorov said the US sanctions pressure would not affect Russias participation in Indias weapons and equipment projects. If Russia wins the bid, 110 fighter planes will be provided to India. Earlier, Omega said that Russias latest MiG-35 fighter aircraft participated in the Indian Air Forces tender for the purchase of 110 aircraft. For the six submarines India is bidding for, Drorov said Russia has proposed to India to build a joint submarine and equip it with a Bramos missile. Russias bidding plan is Amur class 636 and 1650 submarines. He also suggested that Russia and India should jointly develop the Soviet-57 fighter aircraft. We are ready to provide our Indian partners with appropriate plans. In addition, India will purchase 18 new Su-30MKI fighters from Russia, and the related applications are under study. At the same time, Russia is discussing a series of applications to provide weapons and equipment to India. Earlier, Russia had received a proposal to provide 20 modernized and upgraded MiG-29 fighters. India also wants to buy about 450 T-90 tanks. Russia and India also reached agreement on how to solve the supply contract of 11356 frigate, and made progress in implementing the joint project of Ka-226T helicopter and Russian AK-200 assault rifle. The Russian-Indian joint venture will supply more than 600,000 AK-203 assault rifles to the Indian army.

Source: Global Times - Global Network Responsible Editor: Ding Xunwei_NBJS8671