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Saturday, July 06, 2013

Russia sells China S-400 surface-to-air missiles

S-400 TriumphHuanqiu.com says in its report titled Russia has decided to sell S-400 to China: “According to the July issue of Canadian “Kanwa Defence Review” an authoritative source of the Russian military industry says that Russia has decided to export S-400 anti-aircraft missiles to China.

This is one more concession that Russia has made in its arms sale to China following the exports of Su-35 fighter jets, and the Chinese version of the Lada class submarines.

“Kanwa says: China hopes to get the S-400s and has been making request for it for quite a few years at the annual meetings between the two governments.

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3 Reacties:

Sagar Tanksali said...

Lada class submarine? Does ring a bell! If its as good as its namesake, China will have to spend double for spares - and, no resale value either!

Ko Savonije said...

The Amur class submarine (named for the Amur River), is one of the latest Russian submarine designs. It is advertised as an export version of the Lada class, a modernised version of the Kilo-class submarine with improved acoustic stealth, new combat systems, and an option for air-independent propulsion (AIP).

al len said...

Just as I thought. One news said China is building their own anti-air system, all of a sudden prefers S-400. Funny this sounds.

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