US warns India with CAATSA over Iran oil
Spokesperson for US State Department Heather Nauert while addressing the media on India purchasing fuel from Iran, said, “The President had addressed it, he was asked whether or not India would buy oil from Iran after sanctions are reimposed. And President said, ‘we’ll take care of that’.
Deliveries of S-400 air defence missiles to start from next year: Govt
India inked an agreement with Russia in October last year to procure a...
You'll know soon: Trump on CAATSA sanctions on India-Russia deal
President Donald Trump on Wednesday said that India "will soon find out" abo...
CAATSA not intended to damage military capabilities of our allies: US
Stating that the intent to slap sanctions on Russia was to impose costs for its "malign behaviour", the US also made it clear that any waiver will be considered on a transaction-by-transaction basis, adding it cannot prejudge any sanctions decisions.
Caatsa waiver likely to be part of 2+2 dialogue
The US has imposed military sanctions under Caatsa against Russia and the sanctions extend to countries that engage with Russia on defence.
S-400 a significant transaction with potential CAATSA implications: US
"CAATSA sanctions in this context are not intended to undermine the defense capabilities of any particular country. They are instead aimed at imposing costs upon Russia in response to its malign activities."
No CAATSA pressure on Indo-Russia def deals; will soon ink pacts on frigates, Kalashnikovs: Envoy
Describing the recently-inked USD 5.4 billion S-400 missile defence system deal as the "largest contract" in the history of Indo-Russia ties, Russian Ambassador to India Nikolay Kudashev said it was one of the "speediest" agreements to be signed between the two countries and there were no protracted negotiations.
India will soon find out about my decision on CAATSA sanctions: Donald Trump
India has inked a $5 billion deal to purchase S-400 Triumf air defence system from Moscow.
We will work everything out: James Mattis on India's purchase of S-400 defence systems
India risked US sanctions when it agreed in October to a USD 5 billion deal to buy Russian missile systems.
Congressional conference report paves way for CAATSA waiver
CAATSA waiver though general in nature is intended at preventing US sanctions on India, which is planning to buy five S-400 Triumf air defense systems for around USD 4.5 billion from Russia.
Working to get CAATSA waiver for India: Senators
Though the act targets Russia, it is having its unintended consequences on India, which is planning to buy five S-400 Triumf air defense systems for around USD 4.5 billion from Russia.
View: Waiver for India under CAATSA set to boost ties with US
The conference committee of the House and Senate agreed on the final version of an annual defence policy bill under which India, Indonesia and Vietnam will now be exempt and can continue buying Russian military equipment.
China successfully tests Russia's S-400 missile air defence system
China's People's Liberation Army Rocket Force last month tested the S-400 Triumf air defence system successfully shooting down a "simulated ballistic target" almost 250 kilometre away and moving at the supersonic speed of 3 kilometre per second, Hong-Kong based South China Morning Post reported.
Navy chief to begin 4-day Russia visit on Monday
Adm. Lanba's visit to Russia comes around a week after the two countries signed a USD 500 million deal for construction of two missile frigates in Goa for the Indian Navy.
India, Russia finalise USD 500 million deal for construction of 2 warships for Indian Navy
The agreement was signed between defence PSU Goa Shipyard Ltd and Russia's state-run defence major Rosoboronexport under the government-to-government framework for defence cooperation. Russia will provide design, technology and some materials to GSL for construction of the ships in India.