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French delegation visits BrahMos pavilion at DefExpo 2018

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A high level French delegation from the DGA visits BrahMos pavilion. A Brahmand photo.

THIRUVIDANTHAI, TAMIL NADU (BNS): A high level French delegation from the DGA, Directorate General of Armaments, France on Wednesday visited the BrahMos pavilion on the opening day of DEFEXPO INDIA 2018 in Chennai.

Dr. Sudhir Kumar Mishra, CEO & MD, BrahMos Aerospace, DS & DG (BrahMos), DRDO briefed the French delegation about the BRAHMOS weapon system and its recent successful achievements and progress.

BrahMos Aerospace is displaying the land, naval, and airborne configurations of BRAHMOS at DefExpo 2018 being held in Thiruvidanthai near Chennai.

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