New Delhi: India has urged its military equipment suppliers to speed up the supply of weapons systems as tensions along the 4,057-kilometer-long border line of actual checkpoints have risen since April. The United States, France and Russia have agreed to supply military systems within three months of the order, government sources said.

According to Sputnik, published on July 10, 2020, the US company Boeing, which has contracted to produce Apaches helicopters for the Indian Air Force, has announced that all five multi-functional helicopters have been delivered to India. .

Attack helicopters, in addition to the existing capabilities to launch anti-tank missiles, anti-aircraft missiles, anti-aircraft missiles, rockets and other ammunition, can also be used in mid-air combat due to sophisticated electronic systems. Helicopter War.

"We are pleased to have completed the delivery of 22 AH 64-E Apache and 15 Chinook helicopters to India," the company said on Friday. The five helicopters were handed over to the Indian Air Force (IAF) at Hindon Air Base near Delhi. In early March, Boeing delivered the last five of the 15 CH-47F (I) Chinook heavy helicopters it had signed to India.