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     New Delhi, November 24, 2023: India and United Kingdom today discussed bilateral issues relating to security, defence cooperation and a host of other issues.

     Indian Defence Secretary Giridhar Aramane co-chaired the annual India-UK Defence Consultative Group (DCG) meeting in New Delhi today, along with his UK counterpart David Williams, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Defence.

     They discussed a host of regional security issues, reviewed the ongoing defence cooperation activities, and discussed the situation and potential cooperation in the Indian Ocean Region and defence industrial cooperation proposals in missile systems and Electric Propulsion, among other possibilities, Defence Ministry sources said.

     Both sides also planned for the increased interactions and joint activities in the maritime domain with focus on joint exercises, Maritime Domain Awareness, and information exchange.

      They appreciated the commencement of the India UK 2+2 Foreign and Defence Dialogue, and the increased pace of military to military engagements in all domains.

      David Williams later laid a wreath at the National War Memorial and paid homage to the Brave hearts.

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