Agreement signed with the United States and India to strengthen military cooperation with China in mind October 28, 4:52
Ministerial talks on foreign affairs and defense between the United States and India were held, and an agreement was signed to further strengthen military cooperation, such as sharing confidential information, with China in mind, which is strengthening movements such as marine advancement. ..
The third ministerial talks on foreign affairs and defense in the United States and India, the so-called 2 plus 2, will be attended by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Secretary of Defense Esper from the United States, and Foreign Minister Jai Shankar and Defense Minister Singh from India on the 27th. Was held in New Delhi, the capital of India.
At the talks, an agreement was signed to enable the Indian side to provide confidential information such as images collected by US military satellites.
The two countries have already signed an agreement to allow the military to provide food and fuel to each other and to allow the use of bases, and will cooperate in military terms with China in mind, which is strengthening movements such as marine advancement. Will be further strengthened.
The United States and India will hold a meeting of four foreign ministers with Japan and Australia in Tokyo on the 6th of this month to confirm the policy of uniting toward the realization of a free and open Indo-Pacific based on the rule of law. doing.
The talks also expressed their intention to welcome the implementation of joint training in the waters near India next month in order to show the framework of these four countries on the military side as well.