Pakistan has developed a cruise missile Babur, on the basis of U.S. cruise missiles RGM-109 Tomahawk Vlock 3 using MS-400 engine from "Motor-Sich".
Due to the high degree of secrecy missile development in Pakistan, the official confirmation of the supply rocket engines from Ukraine at the moment. There is a possibility that the engines are supplied by China, which has a long-term cooperation with both Pakistan and the Ukraine.
Missile itself looks like a complete copy of Tomahawk and is equipped with turbojet MS-400 (renamed P95-300) by the Zaporozhye "Motor-Sich".
According to the "Motor Sich", the engine has a high reliability and fuel efficiency, low specific weight and fuel consumption, long shelf life and operating as part of the object with a minimum amount of maintenance, reliable, fast start-up in a wide range of external conditions, resistance to uneven airflow entering the engine, the ability of spontaneously leaving surging
The project was first presented at the exhibitions "Aero India 2005" (Bangalore, India, 9-13 February 2005) and the International Exhibition of High Technologies of XXI Century (Moscow, Russia, 18-22 April 2005).
Work on the creation of KR Babur (Hatf 7) in the framework of the so-called "Project 828" was carried out in Pakistan since 1998. As a basis the construction of two U.S. cruise missile RGM-109 Tomahawk Vlock three that fell on the southern part of Pakistan in the course of an American missile strikes against the Afghan Taliban in July and August 1998. Since 2001, the development of Babur is conducted under the auspices of Pakistan’s National Engineering and Scientific Commission (National Engineering and Scientific Commission — NESCOM), bringing together all the departments of the country, engaged in the development of nuclear weapons and missiles. KR was named in honor of the first emperor of the Mughal dynasty Zakhiriddin Muhammad Babur.