As specified, the contracts provide for the construction of the Gsat-7 space satellite, which performs reconnaissance and communications tasks in the interest of the ground forces, 6 new generation ships and 11 patrol boats. In addition, according to sources in the newspaper, it is planned to supply 2 Akash anti-aircraft missile systems and 12 counter-battery systems and artillery fire control systems for the Navy.
In addition, it is alleged that under a contract with the Russian-Indian joint venture BrahMos Aerospace, the Indian Armed Forces will receive 2 coastal Brahmos supersonic cruise missile systems with a range of up to 420 km. Its delivery is scheduled for 2027.
Earlier, India’s The Economic Times wrote that India is currently considering 54 foreign direct investment (FDI) proposals received from PRC companies and companies with Chinese participation in 2022-2023.