India had decided to purchase the S-400 systems which basically have three kinds of missiles with different capabilities.
To boost the initiative “make in India”, the countries agreed to jointly manufacture 200 Kamov 226T multi-use helicopters in India.
India, Russia to sign Rs 39,000cr deal on S-400 air defence missile systems.
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India and Russia, on October 15, marked a sum of 16 agreements at the 17th annual reciprocal summit in the western Indian state of Goa. The deals extend from defence to energy to investment, including a profoundly anticipated agreement for the purchase of the S-400 Triumf air defence missile defence framework. Although prompt details of the agreement to purchase the missile defence system are not accessible, it is generally trusted that India will spend over $5 billion for the frameworks.
To boost the initiative “make in India” taken by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the countries agreed to jointly manufacture 200 Kamov 226T multi-use helicopters in India.
India had decided to purchase the S-400 systems, which basically have three kinds of missiles, with different capabilities, that can fly at supersonic and hypersonic speeds to intercept all kinds of targets at ranges from 120 to 400-km.
India, Russia to sign Rs 39,000cr deal on S-400 air defence missile systems. India is going to ink a Rs 39,000 Crore deal for five new-generation Russian S-400 triumf air defence missile systems, which can destroy incoming hostile aircraft, stealth fighters, missiles and drones at ranges of up to 400-km.
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