Great! India to give ‘De Dhakka’ to China, to deliver deadly ‘BrahMos’ missile to this country, deal worth Rs 2770 crore | Eye on China Philippines to buy BrahMos in $ 375m deal with india
China’s grandeur begins in the South China Sea. China’s policy is to expand in fear of military force. That is why the export of BrahMos is a big step taken by India strategically.
New Delhi: India’s most dangerous weapon today is ‘Brahmos’ (BrahMos). India and Russia (Russia) Has jointly developed the BrahMos supersonic cruise missile. For some time now, the Philippines has been selling India’s BrahMos missiles.Philippines) The conversation started. Talks between the two countries have finally been successful and India has been awarded a contract to export BrahMos missiles. The deal is worth 5 375 million, or Rs 2,770 crore.
India will increase their strength
Like India, China does not agree with the Philippines. They have disputes over maritime boundaries in the South China Sea. The BrahMos is the deadliest weapon in India’s arsenal. Now India is going to increase its strength by giving the same weapon to the Philippines. In a way, this is a big blow to China. The Philippine Department of National Defense has issued a notice of award for BrahMos Aerospace Pvt. Under that, the agreement will be signed next week. This was reported by Times of India.
This is the first export deal
This is the first deal to export BrahMos missiles with a range of 290 km. The agreement will pave the way for the Philippines as well as other Asian countries to sign agreements with Indonesia and Vietnam. China’s grandeur begins in the South China Sea. China’s policy is to expand in fear of military force. That is why the export of BrahMos is a big step taken by India strategically.
Along with missiles, training and other matters are also included in this package. The marine version of ‘Brahmos’ will be offered in the Philippines. The agreement will be signed with the Philippine Navy for maritime security. After this, an agreement may be reached to supply materials to the army. Negotiations to export BrahMos missiles to Indonesia are also at a critical stage. Just as China is pursuing a strategy of encircling India’s neighbors with huge economic investments. Now India has adopted a similar strategy.
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