The agreement between India and Russia for the purchase of the S-400 recently was Rs 40 thousand crore. It went unnoticed by the US and the Trump administration gave its opinion in stern words. But the US also said that other countries including India are contemplating to adopt a flexible approach to the ban imposed by Russia on buying weapons. William Thornbury, chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, said that both the Congress and the administration are worried about the deal between Russia and India that the deal on the S-400 could make our ‘interoperability’ capability more complicated. At the same time he said that we consider India as our key ally. At the same time, the US has also indicated that if the deal with Russia is not canceled on the S-400, then in this case, the proposal to sell the Armed Drone MQ-9 and other high-tech equipment to India, May have the effect. The US says that to reduce China’s interference in China’s Indian subcontinent, India should sign a bilateral agreement such as ‘Communication Compability and Security Agreement’ and Basic Exchange and Cooperation Agreement for Geo-Spatial Cooperation. If you look at America’s attitude, then there may be difficulties in getting a US-made unmanned drone from the Indo-Russian deal.

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