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A high-level delegation led by Lt. General Osama Askar, Chief of the General Staff of the Egyptian Armed Forces, visited the BrahMos stall at EDEX2023, a major international defense exhibition held in Cairo, Egypt.

During the visit, Lt. General Askar showed keen interest in the BrahMos Weapon System, a supersonic cruise missile jointly developed by India and Russia. Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Joshi, Deputy CEO of BrahMos Aerospace, briefed the delegation on the system’s features and capabilities.

The BrahMos Weapon System is a versatile missile platform capable of striking targets with high precision at long ranges. It has been successfully inducted into the Indian armed forces and has also attracted interest from several other countries.

Egypt’s interest in the BrahMos Weapon System highlights the growing strategic partnership between India and Egypt. The two countries have a long history of defense cooperation, and this latest development is likely to further strengthen their ties.

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