20 mai 2022 | International, Aérospatial

India halts Ka-31 helicopter deal with Russia

India asked to buy Ka-31 helicopters from Russia in May 2019, but the acquisition program faced inordinate delays due to the coronavirus pandemic and the platform's high price tag.

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