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MOSCOW, September 13. /TASS/. Russia sees no problem in India’s possible re-exporting Russian-made Mi-24 helicopters to Afghanistan, a senior Russian diplomat said on Tuesday.
"If the Indians want to sell them, there is a special procedure for that. I don’t see any problems," Zamir Kabulov, Russian president’s envoy for Afghanistan and director of the Russian Foreign Ministry’s second Asia department, said, adding that India has Russia's authorization to re-export helicopters.