Russia and India may begin conveying BrahMos voyage rockets to third nations, CEO and General Designer of the Machine-Building Research and Development Consortium Alexander Leonov said on Friday.
“The conveyance to third nations is conceivable. It was already limited as the Indian Army obtained numerous rockets and, in this way, need was given to that nation as a gathering to the joint wander. What’s more, now we can discuss different nations,” he said.
The BrahMos supersonic voyage rocket is the result of Russia’s Machine-Building Research and Development Consortium and India’s Defense Research and Development Organization, which set up BrahMos Aerospace joint wander in 1998.
The rocket’s name originates from the names of two streams: the Brahmaputra of India and the Moskva of Russia. The rocket has a scope of 290 km and conveys a warhead weighing from 200 to 300 kg.