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India, US officials discuss opportunities to strengthen space cooperation
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India, US officials discuss opportunities to strengthen space cooperation

| @indiablooms | 26 May 2024, 04:44 pm

US Acting Assistant Secretary of Defence for Space Policy Vipin Narang and India’s Joint Secretary for International Cooperation, Vishwesh Negi, recently met in Washington DC during the second annual US-India Advanced Domains Defense Dialogue (AD3) when they discussed opportunities to strengthen space cooperation and identified potential areas for collaboration with US industry.

US Department of Defense Spokesperson Cmdr. Jessica Anderson said: " The dialogue executes a commitment by the U.S. Secretary of Defense and Indian Minister of Defense during the 2022 2+2 Ministerial Dialogue to deepen collaboration on evolving and emerging defense domains, including space. During this year's Dialogue, Dr. Narang and Mr. Negi discussed opportunities to strengthen space cooperation and identified potential areas for collaboration with U.S. industry."

The meeting was held in Pentagon on May 23.

"Among a group of U.S. and Indian defense officials, Dr. Narang and Mr. Negi co-chaired the first U.S.-India principal-level tabletop discussion that explored areas to enhance cooperation in the space domain. They agreed to advance AD3 through regular working group discussions. The visiting Indian Government delegation also engaged with U.S. Space Command, the Joint Commercial Operations Cell, and artificial intelligence experts from across the U.S. Department of Defense," the statement said.

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