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India joins MTCR

About MTCR

The Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) is a multilateral export control regime. It is an informal and voluntary partnership among 35 countries (including India) to prevent theproliferation of missile and unmanned aerial vehicle technology capable of carrying above 500 kg payload for more than 300 km.

The Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) established in April 1987 by the G7 countries: CanadaFranceGermanyItalyJapanGreat Britain, and the United States of America.

MTCR: Top five things to know
»    MTCR membership will enable India to buy high-end missile technology and also enhance its joint ventures with Russia.
»    MTCR aims at restricting the proliferation of missiles, complete rocket systems, unmanned air vehicles and related technology for those systems capable of carrying a 500 kilogramme payload for at least 300 kilometres, as well as systems intended for the delivery of weapons of mass destruction (WMD).
»    India’s efforts to get into the MTCR also got a boost after it agreed to join the Hague Code of Conduct, dealing with the ballistic missile non-proliferation arrangement, earlier this month.
»    China, which stonewalled India’s entry into the 48-nation Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) at the just-concluded Seoul plenary, is not a member of 34-nation MTCR.



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