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Why do you think India was parading the piece of AMRAAM infront of the world, moaning to America? India thought they were meant to be used against Talibani Airforce.

Just dont get "surprised" again.
This is the best picture of Swift Retort. It shows smug faces of the Indians purportedly showing a missile fragment to complain to Americans that their F-16 was used. They did not realize that this missile does not miss a target so they are proving it themselves that their plane was shot down inside Kashmir. :lol: :lol:
 

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IMHO, We will be getting more mi35 and some minor stuff, nothing major because we don’t have $$$
A report says that the contract for 5 more Mi35 was signed back in 2019. I believe Pakistan will not go for any fighter jet from Russia however SAMs are a possibility.
 

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A report says that the contract for 5 more Mi35 was signed back in 2019. I believe Pakistan will not go for any fighter jet from Russia however SAMs are a possibility.
IMO Pakistan will go for Gremyashchiy corvettes. Could be Pakistan's first AESA equipped warships.

 

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Pakistan, Russia agree to boost defence ties
Iftikhar A. KhanPublished April 8, 2021 - Updated about 3 hours ago
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ISLAMABAD: Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov calls on Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday.—APP

ISLAMABAD: Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov calls on Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday.—APP
• Russian FM calls on PM, COAS
• Lavrov, Qureshi discuss Afghan peace process, Kashmir issue, trade potential and IGC meeting in Moscow

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and Russia on Wednesday agreed to boost cooperation in diverse areas including defence and counterterrorism.
An understanding to this effect was reached during talks between the two sides here at the Foreign Office.
Pakistan’s team was led by Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi while the visiting Russian delegation was led by his Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov.
 

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