TATA and AIRBUS Will Jointly Make Helicopters In India, Big Deal Signed With France

Abhay Singh
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On Friday, India’s Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra said that India’s Tata Group and France’s Airbus have signed an agreement to manufacture civilian helicopters “with significant indigenization and localization component. ” He said the agreement was signed during French President Emmanuel Macron’s state visit to India.

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On Thursday night, Foreign Secretary Kwatra announced key outcomes of talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the French President in Jaipur. He also said that India and France have developed a defence-industrial partnership roadmap. The roadmap would provide for the co-development and co-production of key military hardware and platforms and facilitate technology cooperation across various areas, including space, land warfare, cyberspace, and artificial intelligence.

Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra told us about the matters India and France have agreed on. The first among them is the India-France Defense Industrial Roadmap, and the second is the Agreement on Defense Space Partnership. Third – Space India Limited (NSIL) and Arianespace have signed an industrial partnership for satellite launch and Tata and Airbus Helicopters for producing H125 helicopters with significant indigenization and localization components.

Along with this, the agreement between the Department of Science and Technology between the two countries… Apart from this, an agreement covers two areas of health healthcare cooperation: education, training, and research. This will include digital health and the use of artificial intelligence in the healthcare sector…it has been agreed. India-France will celebrate this as an innovation by 2026.

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