India, US Hold Military Cooperation Group Meeting In UP's Agra To Strengthen Defence Ties
India and the United States held two-day Military Cooperation Group (MCG) meeting in Uttar Pradesh's Agra on 1 and 2 March.
The 19th edition of the India-US MCG meeting was co-chaired by Chief of Integrated Defence Staff to the Chairman Chiefs of Staff Committee (CISC) Air Marshal BR Krishna from the Indian side and Deputy Commander, US Indo-Pacific Command Lieutenant General Stephen D Sklenka from the US side.
According to a Defence Ministry release, during the meeting, the two sides considered new initiatives to be taken under the ambit of existing military cooperation mechanism.
The discussions focussed on strengthening the ongoing defence engagements between the two sides and mulled on new initiatives under the ambit of existing cooperation mechanism, a said on Wednesday (2 March).
The India-US MCG is a forum established to progress defence cooperation between the countries through regular talks at the strategic and operational levels between Headquarters, Integrated Defence Staff and the US Indo-Pacific Command, the ministry said.
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