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UK defence chief Stuart Peach to visit India this week to strengthen security partnership

New Delhi, July 20. 2017: Britain`s Chief of the Defence Staff, air chief marshal Stuart Peach, is visiting India this week and will meet Indian ministers and military officers to further reinforce the bilateral defence and security partnership.

Updated:Thursday, July 20, 2017, 01:12

UK defence chief Stuart Peach to visit India this week to strengthen security partnershipNew Delhi, July 20. 2017: Britain`s Chief of the Defence Staff, air chief marshal Stuart Peach, is visiting India this week and will meet Indian ministers and military officers to further reinforce the bilateral defence and security partnership.

Under the umbrella of the 2015 Defence and International Security Partnership, Stuart will meet Indian ministers and officers, a British high commission statement said.

His meetings will cover the growing strategic defence relationship through the recently established Capability Partnerships, the threat of terrorism and extremism faced globally, multinational cooperation, upcoming exercises and UN Peacekeeping, the statement said.

Stuart, the most senior military officer in the UK Defence Forces, last visited India in April 2015 as Britain`s Vice Chief of the Defence Staff.

Source: FirstPost

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