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India acquiring S-400 missile defence system from Russia 'problem' for US: PACOM commander

India inked an agreement with Russia last October to procure a batch of the S-400 missile systems at a cost of Rs 40,000 crore.

Turkey's Erdogan says S-400 systems will be delivered within 10 days: reports

Turkey and the United States, NATO allies, have been at odds over Ankara's decision to purchase the S-400s, with Washington warning of US sanctions if the delivery took place. Turkey has dismissed the warnings, saying it would not back down.

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Why US opposes Russia's S-400 deal with India, Turkey

Before meeting Trump, Erdogan held talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin and reiterated his stand on the S-400 deal, saying that there were no setbacks in it, adding that "eyes are on the delivery process", expected in the first half of July.

S-400 missile deal: 'Can't wish away defence ties with Russia'

"We have a longstanding defence relationship with Russia which we cannot wish away," a source said.

India's buying of S-400 from Russia will have serious implications on defence ties: US

India has been diversifying its weapons supply over the years. The US estimates that probably 60 to 70 per cent of its hardware is of Soviet/Russia origin.

Turkey's tense US ties put its currency under pressure

Washington is concerned about Turkey's decision to buy Russian S-400 surface-to-air missile batteries, which are not compatible with NATO defences. It has offered US Patriot missiles instead, with an early June deadline for Ankara to decide. The S-400s are due to be delivered in July.

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Turkey denies scrapping Russia S-400 missile deal after US pressure

Turkey has been under pressure from the United States to walk away from a deal with Russia to buy its S-400 air defense system. The US fears that the deal could undermine the NATO military alliance.

Turkey says S-400 purchase from Russia a 'done deal,' cannot be cancelled

The United States and Turkey have been at loggerheads over Ankara's decision to purchase the S-400s, which are not compatible with NATO systems. Washington has warned that going forward with the deal could result in US sanctions.

No sovereign guarantee with Russia in S-400 deal: top IAF officer

The S-400 deal was inked by India with Russia in October last year to procure a batch of the missile systems at a cost of Rs 40,000 crore. India went ahead to seal the deal despite sanction warnings from the US.

India follows independent policy: General Bipin Rawat on S-400 deal with Russia

General Rawat made these remarks during his keynote address at the General K V Krishna Rao inaugural memorial lecture, which was delivered by retired diplomat G Parthasarathy on ‘India’s Security & Foreign Policy Challenges’.

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