The Trump administration on Friday relaxed the standards of drone exports to its friendly countries.
Although Congress Overall cons Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Prime Minister Narendra Modi) Foreign visits to the United States, especially the US President Donald Trump Friendship with is questionable, but China From the recent debate it has become clear that America has stood by India in every situation. Now, one step further, the Trump administration is going to maintain friendship with India. It is said that the Trump administration has made a big change in its friendly countries Drones On Friday, export prices eased. Under the new policy, drones flying less than 800 kilometers per hour will not be subject to the Missile Technology Control System (MTCR).
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The decision to help allies
White House Press Secretary Kelly McCanny said in a statement that the move would “enhance the national security of the United States by expanding the drone market for its industry, increasing the capacity of its partners and increasing economic security.” Assistant Secretary of State for Military Affairs Clark Cooper told reporters, “This will help our allies. It will help them meet their immediate needs related to national security and trade, as well as America’s national security and economic interests.”
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India was also included in the list of facilities
He said high-speed systems such as cruise missiles, hypersonic aircraft and advanced unmanned aerial vehicles would not be affected by the change. The United States is still a committed member of the MTCR and considers it important as a ploy not to provide advanced missile technology to countries like North Korea and Iran. Cooper said stopping the use and proliferation of weapons of mass destruction is a priority for the Trump administration. So far, only three countries, England, France and Australia, have been allowed to buy large, armed drones from American manufacturers. Now the name of India will also be added to this list.