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Chief of Armed Forces Armament Authority, Egypt MoD visits BrahMos pavilion

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Maj. Gen. Tareq Saad Zaghloul, Chief of the Armed Forces Armament Authority, Egypt, being received by Dr. Sudhir Kumar Mishra, CEO & MD, BrahMos Aerospace, DS & DG (BrahMos), DRDO during his visit to BrahMos pavilion at DefExpo 2018. A Brahmand photo.

THIRUVIDANTHAI, TAMIL NADU (BNS): Major General Tareq Saad Zaghloul, Chief of the Armed Forces Armament Authority, representing the Egyptian Ministry of Defence interacted with  Dr. Sudhir Kumar Mishra, CEO & MD, BrahMos Aerospace, DS & DG (BrahMos), DRDO during his visit to BrahMos pavilion on the first-day of DefExpo India in Chennai.

Maj. Gen. Tareq Saad Zaghloul along with a high level delegation from the Arab Republic of Egypt was apprised about the capabilities of the BRAHMOS supersonic cruise missile system which has successfully proved its mettle as the most potent weapon system and a force multiplier in network centric warfare. It can be launched from multiple platforms based on land, sea, sub-sea and air.

The emergence of BRAHMOS has not only strengthened India’s technological base but also elevated its image in the global arena. As a high technology defence product, BrahMos has great potential of becoming India's major weapon export in the coming decades giving the country a share of the arms business.

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