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“India’s move is unlikely to be forgiven by the United States”

"India's move is unlikely to be forgiven by the United States"

Photo: Russian S-400 anti-aircraft missile system (Russian Ministry of Defense website)

According to Reuters New Delhi, sources revealed that the United States has clearly told India that if India insists on buying the Russian S-400 anti-aircraft missile system as originally planned, India is unlikely to be forgiven by the United States.

According to the report, this statement does not prevent people from thinking that India may be subject to US sanctions like Turkey, which insists on buying Russian anti-aircraft missile systems.

According to the report, according to the military agreement between the United States and India, the Trump administration has been demanding that India cancel its plan to purchase up to $5.5 billion worth of Russian missile defense systems, otherwise the relationship between the United States and India will face a crisis.

The report quoted anonymous sources as saying that the incoming Biden administration is unlikely to change the attitude of the United States towards India’s purchase of Russian weapons, because Biden has promised to take a tougher stance against Russia.

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