India, US To Strengthen Defence Technology Cooperation

India and the United States are looking to strengthen their defence industrial collaboration by formalising procedures for collaboration and facilitating transfers of technologies.

As part of Indo-US Bilateral Defence Cooperation, the two countries held the 7th Defence Technology and Trade Initiative (DTTI) meeting this week in Washington.

“Discussions on the formulation of a Standard Operating Procedure and the Industrial Security Annex to take forward projects under DTTI are proceeding as planned,” said a Ministry of Defence statement.

Under the DTTI, a number of Joint Working Groups have been established to advance mutually agreed projects for the benefit of the Armed Forces.
The joint working group under the Air Force handling the surveillance platform has made considerable progress. Read More

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