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The BrahMos supersonic cruise missile, a joint venture between India and Russia, is experiencing a surge in international interest, according to a recent interview with Sujan R. Chinoy, Head of the Manohar Parrikar Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses.

Chinoy, a former Indian Ambassador to Japan, spoke to RT during the Baltic Platform 2024 conference in Kaliningrad, Russia. He highlighted that numerous countries are lining up to acquire the BrahMos missile system, signifying its growing global appeal.

Adding to the BrahMos’ attractiveness is the ongoing development of an air-launched version of the missile. This new variant will provide even greater flexibility and operational reach for potential buyers.

The BrahMos program exemplifies the successful collaboration between India and Russia in the defense sector. This joint venture has not only produced a cutting-edge weapon system but has also positioned both countries as leading players in the global arms market.

The growing international interest in the BrahMos bodes well for its future. Continued development and successful integration into various platforms could solidify the BrahMos’ position as a dominant force in modern warfare. However, it is crucial to consider the potential implications of this technology proliferation on regional and global security dynamics.