The proposed sale comes after North Korea recently criticised South Korea's defence purchases from the United States.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi made the deal, defying US warnings of sanctions on countries buying Russian military equipment.
The satellite destruction created 400 pieces of orbital debris and led to new dangers for astronauts aboard the International Space Station.
US experts tracked activity at the site using commercial satellite imagery.
The US fears the Russian system can be used to collect intelligence on the F-35 fighters it is helping Turkey to build.
The 600-tonne underwater vessel is equipped with torpedoes and naval mines in addition to cruise missiles, and can operate more than 200m below sea level for up to 35 days.
Iran has expanded its missile programme, and says the programme is purely defensive.
Iran's foreign ministry reiterates that any new sanctions by European countries will lead to a re-evaluation of Iran's interactions with those countries.
Under a UN resolution, Tehran is 'called upon' to refrain from work on ballistic missiles suitable for carrying nuclear weapons.
Vladimir Putin says the 'Avangard' will defeat all existing missile defence systems.
No details of the agenda have been published but a European diplomat said Russia had asked for discussion of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF), which bans mid-range missiles.
Australian news portal ABC says observers were surprised when Malaysia said there is 'inconclusive evidence' connecting Russian military to the missile that brought down the MH17 plane.
A Seoul visit by Kim would be the first by a Northern leader since the partition of the peninsula decades ago after the end of the 1950-53 Korean War.
The serial numbers show it was produced in 1986 at a military plant in Dolgoprudny before being shipped to a military unit in Ukraine.
Thousands of accompanying citizens waved bouquets and flags, chanting "Long live" to the leader.
Defence Minister Amir Hatami said missile capabilities, considered as defensive deterrent power, will remain Iran’s top priority despite crippling economic sanctions imposed by the US.
The missile carried up to 10 kilos (22 pounds) of explosives and is designed to self-destruct in the event of such accidents, but it may have landed on the ground.
The move, announced by Defence Minister Itsunori Onodera, is the latest step by Tokyo to upgrade its military.
It's been four years since MH17 was shot down and for Noriah Daud, the only thing that comforts her is how her grandson looks like his father.
G7 ministers say a joint investigation into the crash has yielded 'compelling, significant and deeply disturbing' findings on Russia's involvement.
A Badr 1 missile had targeted the city of Jizan.
The US-based North Korea monitoring group 38 North said in an analysis at the end of last week there had been no sign of any activity toward dismantling Sohae or any other missile test site.
A Cabinet Office official told Reuters it would make an announcement on Friday concerning the drills.
China's navy carried out a simulated missile attack in an unspecified area of the South China Sea using three target drones making flyovers of a ship formation at varying heights, the official army newspaper said.