India, Russia to export BRAHMOSThe Hindu , (October 29, 2014) Tweet
The governments of India and Russia have agreed that BRAHMOS missile will be exported to a list of mutually agreeable countries for defensive purposes. There is also a negative list to which exports are barred. The missile has been showcased in several countries to apprise the potential customers of its capabilities.
"If any country approaches us we will look into it on a case by case basis. BrahMos Aerospace has the production capacity, game plan and skilled labour to supply. I would like to state that we are ready and waiting. It is for the government of India to decide," Sudhir Mishra, CEO and MD of BrahMos Corporation said on Wednesday.
It has been learnt that three submarine manufacturers Amur (Russia), HDW (Germany) and Navantia (Spain) have approached BA for installing BRAHMOS on the new Project- 75I submarines should they bag the contract. The manufacturers have all assured that BRAHMOS can be installed on their submarines without affecting the quality of the missile or the submarine. Land attack capability is one of the requirements of the Project 75I submarines.
Asked about the deliverables for the next five to seven years, Mr. Mishra said, "We are concentrating all energies on the air launched variant to deliver it on schedule. Second is advanced land variants for the Army. We have recently demonstrated a steep dive capability at 65 degree to identify targets in a clutter. Next we are working on a near vertical and surround capability for use in the mountains."