India Set To Buy Five S-400s From Russia

Credit: S-400: Соколрус
NEW DELHI – India has decided to buy five S-400 supersonic air defense systems from Russia for an estimated 400 billion rupees ($6 billion) to guard against airborne threats from across the country’s borders. India could be the second customer of the missile system after China. A decision to buy the...

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