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Amidst US pressure, Russia handed over parts of S-400 missile system to India, China-Pakistan turmoil

New Delhi | S-400 Missile System: Russia has started supplying parts of the second batch of S-400 Triumph missile defense system to India, adopting a neutral policy amid the Russia-Ukraine war. These supplies are being made at a time when the US is constantly pressuring India to end the trade deal with Russia and impose sanctions on it over the Ukraine war. Let us tell you that in December, Russia had supplied the first batch of S-400 missile system. Let us tell you that in the year 2018, India had signed a $5 billion agreement with Russia to buy five units of the S-400 air defense missile system.

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Will be deployed on the border with Pakistan-China
According to sources in the Indian Defense Ministry, Russia has started supplying parts of the second batch of S-400 missile system. The ‘simulators’ are also among the spares that Russia has supplied in the wake of the S-400 missile defense system deal. This air defense system has caused panic in Pakistan and China. Because, India will now be able to neutralize the air strikes of Pakistan and China. Therefore, this system is also being deployed on the border with Pakistan-China.

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After all, what is S-400 Missile System – S-400 Missile System:
The S-400 is the world’s most advanced air defense missile system.
The S-400 missile system can simultaneously destroy 72 targets up to a distance of 400 km.
It is a long-range air missile system, capable of neutralizing all air strikes including drones, missiles, rockets and fighter jets.

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Bikram Singh Sidhu

Advocate Bikram Singh Sidhu is a Senior Journalist at Youthistaan.com who covers latest trending, politics, business, technology news and updates.
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