Even a cursory look at the drivers of Indian defense exports reveals the importance of simplified industrial licensing, easing of export restrictions and issuance of no-objection certificates
Ministry of Defense | Modi govt | Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Speaking at the recent Naval Innovation and Indigenization Organization Swavlamban Seminar in New Delhi, Prime Minister (PM) Narendra Modi reiterated the government’s desire to lift India out of its dependence on defense imports and make it an exporter of military equipment. Citing the example of the BrahMos cruise missile, which India exports to the Philippines, Modi asserted the need for greater procurement of locally produced defense products by the Indian Armed Forces to establish the credibility of these products. at an international level.
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First published: Wednesday, July 27, 2022. 11:18 PM IST