In Flurry Of US-India Engagements, Jake Sullivan In India
NEW DELHI, (IANS) – US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan on June 12 called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Official sources said that Sullivan briefed Modi on the progress in various sectors of bilateral cooperation during the meeting.
Earlier Sullivan, who is on an official visit to India from June 13 to 14, met his Indian counterpart, Ajit Doval.
He is in India on Doval’s invitation and is accompanied by a delegation of senior US government officials and leaders of US industry.
Earlier on June 12, the two NSAs met for restricted discussions on regional and global issues of mutual interest, an official statement issued by the Ministry of External Affairs said.
Later in the evening, they attended the second Track 1.5 dialogue on India-US Initiative on Critical and Emerging Technologies organized by the Confederation of Indian Industry.
They expressed satisfaction at the progress made under iCET during the occasion and encouraged stakeholders on both sides to strive for technology value chain partnerships, that would lead to the co-development and co-production of high technology products and services in both countries.