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Defence Secretary meets Saudi, US, Oman delegates at Aero India
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Defence Secretary meets Saudi, US, Oman delegates at Aero India

| @indiablooms | 13 Feb 2023, 10:24 am

Bengaluru: Defence Secretary Giridhar Aramane held bilateral meetings on 12 February with three defence delegations on the sidelines of Aero India 2023 here in the city.

Defence Secretary met Engr Turki Saad, General Manager Industrial Relations, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and discussed a number of bilateral defence cooperation issues.

A US delegation led by Jedijiah P Royal, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defence for Indo-Pacific Security Affairs, and accompanied by Ambassador Elizabeth Jones, Charge D'Affairs US Embassy and Maj Gen Julian Cheator, US Air Force, met the Defence Secretary.

A wide range of ongoing and future defence cooperation issues were discussed. US is participating in Aero India with a number of officials, companies and aircrafts.

Later, Defence Secretary met a delegation from Oman led by Mohammed Nasser Al Zaabi, Secretary General, Ministry of Defence. The ongoing defence cooperation was reviewed and possible opportunities for increasing the depth and scope of engagements was discussed.

 

(With UNI inputs)

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