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Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday said that the process of supplying S-400 systems to India was under way, pointing out that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi had not asked to speed up the process.

Journalist after the BRICS summit, a grouping of countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) – “As for the S-400 supplies, they are on schedule, and the Indian prime minister has not asked to accelerate them. Everything is going well.”

Today, the two largest partners in military-technical cooperation, where the proportion of weapons and military equipment increases Russia and the Soviet-made Indian army account for 70 per cent, and Russia annually supplies arms and military equipment to India worth $4.5 billion and more.

S-400 air defense systems are long-range anti-aircraft missile systems with superior Pursuit of several targets simultaneously, designed to destroy aircraft, strategic and tactical missiles, ballistic missiles, hypersonic targets and other means intended for air attack in chemistry and other electronic defense conditions. 30 kilometers Russian Armed Forces 2007.

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