MOSCOW, 23 Sep – U.S. Assistant Secretary of Defense for Indo-Pacific Security Eli Ratner said the U.S. and India will work together to develop drones. transmits Agence France Presse.
He noted that India will build aircraft and export them to other countries in its region. It is noted that the country wants to diversify its weapons, as well as develop the defense industry.
“We want to support India on both fronts and we are doing it… In practical terms, this means that we are going to work closely with India in the joint production and joint development of tools that will support India’s own defense modernization goals,” the agency quotes. Ratner’s words.
According to the agency, Ratner also announced the possibility of developing drones launched from aircraft and anti-UAV protection systems. He also noted that the Pentagon is considering “the possibility of joint production of large weapons” in the short and medium term, but did not specify which ones.