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On India's request, Russia reiterates policy of no arms supply to Pakistan

IndiaTimes Friday, 4 September 2020 ()
Russia has reiterated its policy of no arms supply to Pakistan following India's request on the same, according to sources. Russia made the commitment during the meeting between defence minister Rajnath Singh and his Russian counterpart Gen Sergey Shoigu in Moscow, sources said. Singh is currently in Russia for the combined meeting of defence ministers of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation member countries.
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