Russia is not concerned about the development of US-Indian military and technical cooperation, deputy head of Federal Service on Military and Technical Cooperation (FSMTC) Anatoly Pinchuk said on Thursday at Aero India 2015 show.
"Russia is confident about the quality of products that we offer on the international market. We are not very much concerned about military and technical cooperation between India and the US," Pinchuk said.
Russian-Indian cooperation in this sphere has been developing for a long time and proved to be reliable and effective, he added. India has received $60 billion worth of Soviet and Russian weapons and military equipment from 1960, Pinchuk said earlier.
"The final decision will be made by our Indian partners, but we hope that our partnership will continue developing," he concluded.
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