New Delhi, April 4 (ANI): Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Dalbir Singh is embarking on a four-day goodwill visit to U.S.A. from April 5 to 8.
The visit assumes special significance in light of enhanced defence cooperation between the two countries. The visit is a part of the ongoing high level exchanges between India and the U.S.A.
India-U.S. ties have been transformed in recent years with a renewed defence framework agreement, supply of defence equipment, sharing of technology and military-to-military exchanges.
During his four days visit, the COAS is scheduled to meet the UNSG at the United Nations (UN) headquarters to strengthen Indian Army’s commitment towards UN missions.
He will also visit CENTCOM, SOCOM & HQ 1 Corps and Maneuver Centre of Excellence (MCoE), where he will meet the Commanders and have extensive discussions.
In Washington, he will meet U.S. Secretary of Army, Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff, Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army and Commander U.S. Marine Corps, along with other officials. (ANI)