The Kremlin declined to comment on the supply of s-400, Turkey

Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov declined to confirm or deny information about a deal to supply anti-aircraft missile systems s-400 to Turkey. On Tuesday, July 25, according to RIA Novosti.

“No comment,” — said the representative of the Kremlin.

Earlier, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said about the signing of documents on deliveries of s-400 from Russia. He also spoke about plans for joint production systems.

July 14, Bloomberg reported that the deal terms agreed. According to a senior source among the Turkish military, it was about the four divisions of the system totaling approximately $ 2.5 billion. Two divisions should be transferred to Russia within two years from the date of signing of the contract, and another two collected in Turkey.

On 1 June, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Moscow is ready to sell Ankara s-400.

S-400 “Triumph” — multi-channel long-range air defense missile systems, with several types of missiles of various ranges. According to the manufacturer, the s-400 is capable of hitting all available means of air attack, including cruise missiles and tactical ballistic missiles with maximum speeds up to 4.8 kilometers per second.