Pentagon: India willing to help US with aviation maintenance in Afghan

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India is willing to help the US with aviation maintenance in Afghanistan, the Pentagon said. The Pentagon also praised India’s developmental role in the war-torn country.

 Pentagon Chief Spokesperson Dana White
Pentagon Chief Spokesperson Dana White

Washington DC: India is willing to help the US with aviation maintenance in Afghanistan, the Pentagon said on Thursday. The Pentagon also praised India’s developmental role in the war-torn country.

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“India has been very supportive, and they’ve pledged additional developmental aid in Afghanistan. They’ve been willing to help with aviation maintenance,” Pentagon Chief Spokesperson Dana White said.

“All of that is very helpful in ensuring, again, that this regional approach works. India is an important part of that,” she said. Responding to another question, White said that Defense Secretary Jim Mattis believes that Pakistan has an opportunity to do more with respect to the regional security, and that it’s in its interests to do more with respect to regional security.

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“It’s an opportunity, and we would welcome Pakistan’s involvement,” White said. (PTI)













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