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China to give 48 high-end drones to Pakistan

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BEIJING, Oct 9: China will give 48 high-end drones to its close ally Pakistan, a deal, which experts say, could be the biggest of its kind.

The Chinese media reported about the development after India struck a $5 billion deal with Russia to buy S-400 defence systems. China is Pakistan's biggest arms supplier.

Wing Loong II, made by Chengdu Aircraft Industrial (Group) Company, is a high-end reconnaissance and strike multi-role endurance unmanned aircraft system. The cost and the time period of delivery of drones were not known.

The Global Times said the deal was announced by Pakistan Air Force's Sherdils Aerobatic Team on Sunday.

The report cited the aerobatics team as saying that in the future the Pakistan Aeronautical Complex Kamra and the Aviation Industry Corporation of China's Chengdu Aircraft Industrial (Group) Company will jointly manufacture the drones. - IANS

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China to give 48 high-end drones to Pakistan

BEIJING, Oct 9: China will give 48 high-end drones to its close ally Pakistan, a deal, which experts say, could be the biggest of its kind.

The Chinese media reported about the development after India struck a $5 billion deal with Russia to buy S-400 defence systems. China is Pakistan's biggest arms supplier.

Wing Loong II, made by Chengdu Aircraft Industrial (Group) Company, is a high-end reconnaissance and strike multi-role endurance unmanned aircraft system. The cost and the time period of delivery of drones were not known.

The Global Times said the deal was announced by Pakistan Air Force's Sherdils Aerobatic Team on Sunday.

The report cited the aerobatics team as saying that in the future the Pakistan Aeronautical Complex Kamra and the Aviation Industry Corporation of China's Chengdu Aircraft Industrial (Group) Company will jointly manufacture the drones. - IANS

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