India intends to buy 30 drones from the United States

MQ-9B Predator will cost $3 billion, Bloomberg notes.

The Indian authorities intend to purchase 30 MQ-9B Predator multi-purpose uncrewed aerial vehicles from the United States for $3 billion. This was reported on Tuesday by Bloomberg.

According to his official sources, the Indian authorities will approve the decision next month. The publication says that India currently has only reconnaissance drones. The defense departments of India and the United States have not yet provided comments.

According to the agency, with the help of the MQ-9B Predator, the Indian side, in particular, will be able to track the movement of Chinese ships more effectively.

The article says that India leased two MQ-9 Predator drones from the United States without weapons last year.

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