India to start exporting missiles to South East Asian, Gulf countries


India will export its first batch of missiles this year to the South East Asian and the Gulf countries after receiving “increasing interests” from them, a top defence official said here on Wednesday.

Speaking at the IMDEX Asia 2019 exhibition, Commodore S K Iyer, Chief General Manager for HR at BrahMos Aerospace, said the first missile export contract awaits a government-to-government approval.

“A number of South East Asian countries are ready to buy our missiles,” he said.

“It will be our first export and we have received increasing interests in the missiles form the Gulf countries,” Iyer said at the the three-day international maritime conference and exhibition which began here on Tuesday.  Read More

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