August 18 2010
Russia says it is willing to provide Mi-17 helicopters to Afghanistan and has set no constraints on a possible deal, reports RIA Novosti, citing a Kremlin aide.
Moscow could make the aircraft under a possible NATO contract or as part of a potential U.S.-led tender, said the aide.
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and Afghan President Hamid Karzai are scheduled to meet Wednesday in Sochi to discuss the issue.
NATO announced last month that discussions were ongoing for the...
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