India becomes a member of “NATO Plus”! Recommended U.S. House Committee, surround China
The US panel on China has recommended including India in NATO Plus.
NATO Plus (now NATO Plus 5) is a security system.
The committee was led by Chairman Mike Gallagher and Ranking Member Raja Krishnamurthy.
Washington: Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the United States, a powerful congressional committee recommended India’s inclusion in “NATO Plus”. NATO Plus (now NATO Plus 5) is a security agreement that brings together NATO and the five alliance countries Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Israel and South Korea to enhance global defense cooperation.
By including India in this process, intelligence information will be shared between these countries seamlessly and India will have access to modern military technology without any lag. The House Select Committee on Strategic Competition Between the United States and the Communist Party of China (CPC) Passed a Political Resolution Aimed at Strengthening Taiwan’s Deterrent Capability, Including Strengthening NATO Plus by Including India . The committee was led by Chairman Mike Gallagher and Ranking Member Raja Krishnamurthy.
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To win strategic competition with the Chinese Communist Party and ensure Taiwan’s security, the United States must strengthen ties with its allies and security partners, including India, the select committee said. India’s inclusion in NATO Plus will strengthen the close partnership between the United States and India in preventing CCP aggression in the Indo-Pacific region and enhancing global security.
Indian-American Ramesh Kapoor, who has been working on the proposal for six years, said it was an important development. He hoped that this recommendation would find its way into the National Defense Authorization Act 2024 and eventually become law. Significantly, Prime Minister Modi will pay a state visit to the United States next month.
Keywords: America, Joe Biden, NATO, Modi PM
FIRST POST: May 27, 2023, 12:49 PM HST