As India and Ukraine negotiate to renew a big contract to modernize 20 Kyiv-made An-32 military cargo turboprops

Wednesday, June 12, 2019
As India and Ukraine negotiate to renew a big contract to modernize 20 Kyiv-made An-32 military cargo turboprops

As India and Ukraine negotiate to renew a big contract to modernize 20 Kyiv-made An-32 military cargo turboprops, Russia is reverting to a Cold War tactic – using a third country journalist to smear an adversary in India’s press. “With the implosion of society and economy in Ukraine, following the US-sponsored coup, things only got worse for India,” Rakesh Krishnan, “a New Zealand-based journalist,” writes in India’s ‘Business Today’ about a $400 million An-32 maintenance contract India signed in 2011 with Ukraine.

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