India, US exchange views on maritime developments in Asia-Pacific & IOR

May 11, 2017 15:00 IST

India and the US in May 2017 exchanged views on maritime developments in the Asia-Pacific and Indian Ocean Region and considered steps to further strengthen bilateral maritime security cooperation.


India, US discuss maritime cooperation in Asia-Pacific

The exchanges were made in the second round of the India-US Maritime Security Dialogue. The dialogue between the two nations was held on 9 and 10 May 2017 in Newport, Rhode Island in the USA.

They also reviewed the implementation of the decisions taken at the first Maritime Security Dialogue held in May 2016.

The Indian delegation was led jointly by Joint Secretary Ministry of External Affairs Pankaj Sharma and Munu Mahawar and Joint Secretary (Navy) Ministry of Defence Devika Raghuvanshi.

The US side was led by Assistant Secretary of Defence for Asian and Pacific Security Affairs David Helvey and Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs Sean Stein.

The next round of the dialogue will be held in India on mutually convenient dates.

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