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US allies lined up for Russian Triumph C-400


Most countries interested in purchasing the Triumph C-400 air defense system are US allies.

Despite the fact that the United States conducts active propaganda against Russian weapons, calling it unpromising and ineffective, and also imposes sanctions against countries acquiring it, the US allies lined up to buy Triumph-C-400.

To date, in addition to buying the Russian anti-aircraft missile systems C-400 "Triumph", in addition to buying China, four countries are interested, including India, with which the contract has already been signed, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar. In fact, we are talking about countries that have always been considered the most important allies of the United States of America.

According to the previously reported data, the probability of hitting any air target by the Russian C-400 Triumph missile systems is 99%, and this is without taking into account that air defense systems, including stealth aircraft and ballistic missiles, may be affected by air defense data , at distances up to 400 kilometers, found within a radius of 600 kilometers.

At the moment, India and Turkey have expressed their firm confidence in buying the Russian C-400 “Triumph” air defense system, but amid some cooling of political relations between Saudi Arabia and the United States, this Arab state can be included in this list.

If they are bought by the US allies, then whose aircraft will they shoot down?

99% is good, but there are no facts, and the fact, as you know, is a thing ...

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