Moscow & Delhi reportedly agreed to manufacture Kalashnikov assault guns in India
Moscow, Delhi. (PNB NEWS). Russian arms manufacturer Kalashnikov said Russia and India signed an agreement that will allow India to make 600,000 AK-203 attack rifles in India.
The deal was concluded during President Vladimir Putin’s visit to India on Monday.
The conversation between Putin and Prime Minister Narendra Modi took place in New Delhi.
Aside from that, on Monday, India, and Russia inked 28 investment deals, including contracts for steel, shipbuilding, coal, and energy.
India has also started receiving S-400 missiles from Russia this month and that delivery would continue, Indian Foreign Service Officer, Shringla said.