NEW DELHI (APP) India is developing long and short range surface- to- Air missiles with Israeli cooperation. Defence Minister A K Antony informed the Lok Sabha on Monday that Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) had undertaken joint development of missiles, Long Range Surface-to-Air Missile (LRSAM) for Indian Navy and Medium Range Surface to Air Missile (MRSAM) for Indian Air Force with M/s Israel Aircraft Industries (IAI), Israel. The cost of project for LRSAM is Rs 2606.02 crore and cost of project for MRSAM is Rs 10075 crore. Both the missiles being developed are comparable in performance and cost to missiles available in their class in the world market, he said. The procurement of defence items including missiles for Armed forces is being made from various indigenous as well as foreign sources including Israel, he said. The Indian Air Force (IAF) had proposed the procurement of six Flight Refueller Aircraft to meet the growing Air-to-air Refuelling tasks in the IAF and Indian Navy. The procurement proposal had been progressed in accordance with the Defence Procurement Procedure - 2006, he said. He further said India had signed the Letter of Offer and Acceptance for procurement of six C-130J aircraft with the United States on January 31, 2008. The estimated cost of the procurement is Rs 3835.38 crore. The production of the aircraft has commenced and is running as per schedule. The aircraft are likely to be delivered to the Indian Air Force during 2011-12, the Defence Minister said.