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Focus on Afghanistan, terror in Russia summit; S-400 supplies to continue

IndiaTimes Monday, 6 December 2021
The 21st India-Russia annual summit featuring PM Narendra Modi and President Vladimir Putin saw the 2 countries, while reaffirming commitment to the S-400 deal despite the threat of US sanctions, strongly take up the issue of cross-border terrorism with focus on ensuring Afghanistan wasn’t used for terrorist activities by UNSC proscribed groups, including Pakistan-based LeT.
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