Indian Army Chief Manoj Pandey Heads to America to Fortify Bilateral Ties | US Visit Highlights Strategic Partnership.
Indian Army Chief, Manoj Pandey embarks on a pivotal four-day journey to the US, aiming to bolster ties between the Indian and US armies. Follow his high-level talks and meetings with US officials.
Army Chief leaves for America to strengthen bilateral relations and will meet the Chief of Staff of the US Army.
Indian Army Chief Manoj Pandey left on Monday for a four-day US visit. During the visit, ways will be explored to further strengthen relations between the armies of the two countries.
The Army has described his visit from 13 to 16 February as very important.
Indian Army Chief Manoj Pandey will meet the Chief of Staff of the US Army.
The Army Chief will participate in high-level talks there. He will also meet US Army Chief of Staff General Randy George and other senior US officials.
The visit reflects the deepening ties and strategic partnership between India and the US military. During the visit, views will be exchanged on many serious issues.
The situation is stable, but…, India keeps an eye on every activity of the Chinese Army;
What information did the Army Chief give regarding LAC? Army Chief General Manoj Pandey said on Monday that the situation on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) is stable but sensitive.
He said that in the last year, no other conflict area has arisen between India and China. Many meetings took place between the two countries since 2020.
General Pandey said in an interview, “If we talk about efforts for resolution, talks and dialogue are going on with China at the military level as well as at the diplomatic level.
Since April 2020, there have been 20 high-level military talks between the two countries, and “14 meetings of the Working Mechanism for Consultation and Coordination (WMCC) have been held on India-China border issues.”
The Army Chief will visit these places.
This will include important changes in the Indian Army, global threats, future development and modernization of the army, etc.
Besides, ideas will also be shared on efforts regarding co-production and development.
In addition, the itinerary includes visits to the Army Geospatial Center at Fort Belvoir and the National Defense University at Fort McNair.
He will also visit units at the forefront of military innovation and strategy, including the Stryker Unit, the 1st Multi-Domain Task Force, the 1st Special Forces Group in Seattle, and the Defense Innovation Unit in San Francisco.
A visit from a California National Guard unit is also planned, to explore avenues for important training, co-development, and co-production activities.