Report: Russia signs S-400 missile deal with India

MOSCOW - Russia signed a deal to supply five regiments of S-400 anti-aircraft missiles to India, Interfax news agency quoted Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov as saying on Friday.
The contract was signed during President Vladimir Putin's trip to India. Ahead of the visit, Kremlin aide Yuri Ushakov said the missile deal would be worth more than $5 billion.
India and Russia also signed a pact on Friday to develop six nuclear power projects in India during the summit talks between their leaders in New Delhi.
Putin and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi also agreed to cooperate on India's plan for a manned space mission.