Pakistan is getting ready to buy attack helicopters from Russia as Moscow begins talks on the supply of weapons and military hardware to the cash-strapped south Asian nation, much to the chagrin of neighboring India. "We are negotiating the sales of Mi-35 helicopters to Pakistan," says Sergei Chemezov, the chief executive officer of Rostec, the state defense corporation of Russia. Helicopter supplies are part of Russia’s assistance in strengthening Islamabad’s ...
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