India to receive S-400 missile systems
Rosoboronexport has signed a contract to supply S-400 Triumf long-range air defence missile systems to India, Rostec announced on 5 October.
The S-400 system is capable of engaging all types of aerodynamic targets and ballistic missiles, up to intermediate-range ballistic missiles.
Alexander Mikheev, Head Rosoboronexport, said: ‘The contract for the supply of S-400 Triumf air defence missile systems to India is the biggest for the entire period of military-technical cooperation between Russia and India and the largest in history of Rosoboronexport. Today we begin to execute it.’
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