Washington, Mar. 25: India and the US have agreed to chalk out a joint strategy as partners to combat the “full spectrum” of terror threats as the National Security Advisers of the two countries met here, a top White House official said today.
National Security Adviser Ajit Doval met his American counterpart Lt Gen HR McMaster yesterday. They discussed a range of issues to “identify opportunities to set a course” for India and US, Michel Anton, Spokesman of the National Security Council, White House said.
“They committed to work together as partners to combat the full spectrum of terrorist threats, affirming that both great democracies stand together in the fight against terrorism,” Anton said.
“McMaster noted that President Trump looks forward to hosting Prime Minister Modi in the United States later this year,” Anton said. (PTI)
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