Will not take any step detrimental to India’s security: Russia

Friday, 11 September 2015 15:02

Russia today said that it will never take any step detrimental to the security and safety of its special strategic partner India. Russian Embassy here issued a statement in the backdrop of a report that said Russia and Pakistan were in talks on the delivery of Russian multirole Mi-35M attack helicopters and the latest Su-35 fighter jets.
“Time and again, the Russian leaders have stated at the highest level that Russia will never take any steps detrimental to the security and safety of our special and privileged strategic partner ? India, or the security structure in the South Asian region, or any other region for that matter,” the statement said.
“This assurance is fully valid today as it was valid yesterday. This is the guideline of our President’s foreign policy concept,” it said. ”As regards the newspaper report from Nizhni Tagil, it is a sheer case of overstatement by the agency, on the one hand, and of overreaction by a section of the Indian media, – on the other,” it added.

http://www.india.com, 11.09.2015

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