Russia, India sign deal for five S-400 missile systems
NEW DELHI: Russia and India have signed a 5.43 billion dollars deal for five S-400 missile systems and eight other agreements.
The agreements signed after India-Russia annual summit in New Delhi today (Friday).
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi witnessed the signing ceremony.
Later, speaking at the joint news conference, Russian President Putin said the two countries have agreed to cooperate in combating menace of terrorism and drug trafficking.
Prime Minister Modi in his remarks said we plan to build 12 reactors in India in next few years.