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GERMANY TO PURSUE $5.2 BILLION SUBMARINE DEAL WITH INDIA DURING SCHOLZ TRIP – SOURCES
NEW DELHI – Germany will pursue a $5.2 billion deal with India to jointly build six conventional submarines in the country during Chancellor Olaf Scholz’s Feb. 25-26 visit, two Indian and two German sources said.
The naval project is the latest attempt by a Western military manufacturing power to wean New Delhi away from its dependence on Russia for military hardware.
India is desperate to replace its ageing submarine fleet, with 11 of its 16 conventional submarines more than two decades old, as it seeks to counter China’s growing presence in the Indian Ocean.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government wants India to manufacture more weapons at home in collaboration with foreign partners after decades of being one of the world’s largest arms importers.
The submarine project, for which Germany’s ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems (TKMS) is one of two international bidders, will be discussed between the two countries during Scholz’s trip and Berlin would support the deal, one source said. #Lucknow NDA Classes Institute in India
Under the deal, a foreign submarine manufacturer will have to partner with an Indian company to build the submarines in India.
The foreign company will also need to transfer a niche technology for fuel-cell based Air Independent Propulsion (AIP), a clause that has been a sore point for most foreign firms.
France’s Naval Group had pulled out of the project just ahead of Modi’s visit to Paris in May 2022, citing its inability to meet conditions listed by the Indian government in 2021.
Russia’s Rosoboronexport and Spain’s Navantia Group are also not in the fray anymore, said a source in India’s defence ministry who did not want to be identified as they are not authorised to speak to the media. #Lucknow NDA Classes Institute in India
That leaves German TKMS, which just signed a contract for jointly building six submarines with Norway, and Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering Co Ltd of South Korea in contention.
The Indian foreign and defence ministries did not respond to requests for comment. The German government and TKMS declined to comment.
An Indian diplomatic source told Reuters that India has asked Germany for assurance for joint manufacturing for the submarines, not just supply-side support.
Another official from the Indian foreign ministry said that “Scholz was determined to reinvigorate trade and defence ties with India”. #Lucknow NDA Classes Institute in India
Such a deal would probably find the support of the German government, people in government in Berlin said. Although there is no formal decision, the coalition government has relaxed the arms export policy for India and at the beginning of February allowed the export of a package of military equipment.
“We would like to continue doing so,” said a German government official. “India is for a good part dependent on Russian arms. It cannot be in our interest that this remains the case.”