29.8 C
Friday, April 19, 2024
HomeFeatured StoriesDefence Minister Rajnath Singh to host Defence Ministers’ Conclave in Bengaluru on...

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh to host Defence Ministers’ Conclave in Bengaluru on sidelines of Aero India 2023


Related stories

Chinese Economy’s Strong Start to 2024 Is Already Fading..

GDP grew at above-forecast 5.3% pace in first quarter But...

Taiwan’s Redesigned Long-Endurance Drone Undergoing Combat Test

A redesigned version of Taiwan’s indigenous Teng Yun 2...

Investors Prefer India To China, Infrastructure A Bright Spot: Survey

India's ability to turn its economic expansion into corporate...

Jammu- Srinagar Rail Link ready by June this year..

The ambitious railway line linking Katra to Sangaldan is...

Pakistan to launch phase 2 of forced deportation of Afghans..

Islamabad is expected to start the second phase of...

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh will host Defence Ministers’ Conclave today on the sidelines of Aero India in Bengaluru. Defence Ministers of friendly foreign countries will participate in the meeting. The Conclave has been organised on the theme ‘Shared Prosperity through Enhanced Engagements in Defence (SPEED).

A Report

The conclave would address aspects related to deepening cooperation for capacity building, training, space, Artificial Intelligence and maritime security. It is an opportunity for the defence ministers to engage with each other to carry forward the ‘Make in India, Make for the World’ vision. On the sidelines of Aero India, a number of bilateral meetings will be held at the levels of Defence Minister, Minister of State for Defence, Chief of Defence Staff and Defence Secretary among others. The focus will be on bolstering the defence and aerospace ties with friendly countries by exploring newer avenues to take the partnership to the next level.

Meanwhile, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh met with Congo’s Minister of National Defence Charles Richard Mondjo on the sidelines of Aero India yesterday. Besides, Chief of Defence Staff General Anil Chauhan met with Defence Minister of Nepal Hari Prasad Uprety. He also met Sri Lanka’s Minister of State for Defence Premitha Bandara Tennakoon. 

Latest stories