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Israel to sell three Phalcons to India

September 10, 2003 14:59 IST

Israel will sell three Phalcon airborne early warning systems to India, visiting Deputy Prime Minister Joseph Lapid announced in New Delhi on Wednesday.

"There is no obstacle in the sale of Phalcon as the United States has given its approval," Lapid told reporters.

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He, however, said the time-frame for the deal was yet to be finalised.

On the issue of sale of surface-to-air Arrow ballistic missiles, Lapid said this missile was developed in collaboration with the US and Washington was yet to give its approval for its sale.

 



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Sub: Just Three???

So finally the Phalcon deal is official. But one would have expected more numbers of the Phalcon system in service with the IAF. To safe ...


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Hi Guys I agree with Prithpal, I would also like to add that if the USSR had not fallen and Rajiv Ganghi was the PM ...


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