NSA Ajit Doval Meets American Counterpart Sullivan; Discussion On iCET

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NSA Ajit Doval Meets American Counterpart Sullivan; Discussion On iCET 

| Updated: June 17, 2024 19:49

National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and his American counterpart Jake Sullivan had extensive conversations on Monday, with the primary goal being the successful implementation of the planned India-US Initiative on Critical and Emerging Technologies (iCET).

It is also understood that the two top security officials discussed urgent regional and international problems of shared concern.

Sullivan is in New Delhi from June 17 to 18, visiting as part of an official visit with a delegation of high-ranking American officials and business leaders. 

The two NSAs have led a concerted effort to take part in identified areas of partnership in diverse domains of new and emerging technologies, including semiconductors, artificial intelligence, quantum computing, defence innovation, space, and advanced telecommunications, since the introduction of the iCET by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Joseph Biden on the sidelines of the Quad summit in Tokyo in May 2022.

Additionally, NSA Sullivan today met with External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar. 

“Delighted to welcome US NSA @JakeSullivan46 in New Delhi today morning. A comprehensive discussion on a broad range of bilateral, regional and global issues,” Jaishankar said on ‘X’ (formally Twitter).

“Confident that India-US strategic partnership will continue to advance strongly in our new term,” he added. 

He also called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi.  

Taking to X, PM wrote, “India is committed to further strengthen the India-US Comprehensive Global Strategic Partnership for global good.”

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