In addition to the Iskander-M, Russia also plans to produce an exportable version called the Iskander-E. It has a shorter range of 280 km to come in under MTCR (Missile Control Technology Regime) standards, but is accurate to a CEP of 30-70m and is equipped with an inertial guidance system to improve accuracy.  Supplies of the Iskander-E have been suspended as a result of the Kolomna Machine-Building design bureau reaching capacity, delaying the export of the missile until 2016.  Before that decision, Rosoboronexport official Nikolai Dimidyuk reported interest from Syria, the UAE, Malaysia, India, Algeria, Kuwait, Singapore, Vietnam and South Korea in purchasing the system. 
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