US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis will revisit India and reason talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Indian reflection Nirmala Sitharaman to reaffirm that Washington considers New Delhi a valued and successful ally. This is a initial cabinet-level official’s revisit to India underneath a Trump administration. “The secretary will emphasize that a United States views India as a valued and successful partner, with extended mutual interests fluctuating good over South Asia,” a Pentagon pronounced in a matter yesterday.
During his two-day revisit starting from Sep 26, a Pentagon arch will attend in a wreath-laying rite during a India Gate, and accommodate a primary apportion and Sitharaman in New Delhi. “The secretary will also demonstrate US’ appreciation for India’s critical contributions toward Afghanistan’s democracy, stability, prosperity, and security,” a Pentagon said. Mattis’ revisit to India comes after Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, hold a shared assembly with External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on a sidelines of a annual UN General Assembly assembly here.
During a meeting, a dual leaders among other issues discussed Pakistan, Afghanistan and terrorism. They also discussed a vital attribute between Washington and New Delhi. Modi and President Donald Trump had announced a dual and dual vital and counterclaim discourse between a dual countries during a White House in Jun after a India-US summit.
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