Turkey Defense Minister: Russias S-400 system will strengthen the air defense system

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 Turkey Defense Minister: Russias S-400 system will strengthen the air defense system


[Global Network Military Nov. 2] Russian Satellite News Agency reported on Nov. 1 that Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar said the Russian S-400 air defense missile system would strengthen Turkeys air defense system. The Russian S-400 air defense missile system planned for supply in 2019 will strengthen Turkeys air defense system, Anadolu news agency quoted Akar as saying. In December 2017, Turkey and Russia signed a loan agreement on the S-400 of the air defense missile system. Ankara will pay part of the transaction and the rest will be deducted from Russias defense loans. Chemezov, general manager of Russian State Technology Group, said it would supply four battalions of S-400 systems worth $2.5 billion. Borisov, Deputy Prime Minister of Russia, said the contract stipulates that there is a right to choose after the main part of the supply is completed. Acar said earlier that S-400 will start supplying Turkey in October 2019. Source: Global Times - World Wide Web. More brilliant, please log on to World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com responsible editor: Yao Wenguang _NN1682

[Global Network Military Nov. 2] Russian Satellite News Agency reported on Nov. 1 that Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar said the Russian S-400 air defense missile system would strengthen Turkeys air defense system.

In December 2017, Turkey and Russia signed a loan agreement on the S-400 of the air defense missile system. Ankara will pay part of the transaction and the rest will be deducted from Russias defense loans. Chemezov, general manager of Russian State Technology Group, said it would supply four battalions of S-400 systems worth $2.5 billion. Borisov, Deputy Prime Minister of Russia, said the contract stipulates that there is a right to choose after the main part of the supply is completed. Acar said earlier that S-400 will start supplying Turkey in October 2019.