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Baghdad and Moscow have agreed to renew an arms deal worth $4.2 billion that was put on ice in 2012 amid corruption allegations. Russia reportedly agreed to send four extra assault helicopters as part of the renegotiations.
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I saw demostration from this very modern and well build helicopter, I think this deal is good for Iraq and Russia.
I am proud and happy for this Russia and the government. I am not Russian, but feel Russian. I love this country and will visit again soon. I see so much progress and believe that Russia will be No.1 in the world for a long time. Viva Putin and Medvedev
how is it possible, that their US/JEW owners allow them to make their own decisions?????
The US also buys Russian helicopters for operations in Iraq Afghanistan etc.. this deal isn't a prob
Iraq, time to get some NUKES
US was probably trying to block the deal for business reasons but Russia gives more value for money
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