Rosoboronexport says India remains Russia's largest strategic partner

Anatoly Isaikin. Source: RIA Novosti/Sergei Ksasnoukhov

Anatoly Isaikin. Source: RIA Novosti/Sergei Ksasnoukhov

India remains Russia's largest strategic partner in military-technical cooperation, the head of Russian state arms exporter Rosoboronexport said.

"India, China, Algeria, Vietnam and Venezuela are our leading partners," Anatoly Isaikin told the Kommersant daily, adding that India is "client No.1" for Russia "for years ahead."

Isaikin said Russia is taking part in 20 tenders in India, with which it has a military-technical cooperation agreement until 2020.

"Winning at least half of these tenders is huge luck for any state," he said.

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