Russia is Too Important (for India) to be Ignored

Mohanty, Deba R.
February 2010
Military Technology;2010, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p12
The article explores the Russia's position in the Indian arms market. The author says that the country's predominant position in the Indian arms markets should not be diluted as it is too important to be ignored. He emphasizes that Indian's growing procurement budget will have enough scope to ensure major Russian firms running and Russian systems in the Indian inventory will be in active service for decades. He stresses that Russia should be seen as important and trusted friend of India.


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