US National Security Adviser HR McMaster and Indian NSA held a two-hour long meeting in New Delhi today.
According to sources from the government - the issue of terrorism and Indo-US Cooperation was prominently discussed. India and US agreed to increase military cooperation and more active information exchange on counter terror operations.
McMaster also discussed regional security issues with his Indian counterpart Ajit Doval.
Indian side emphasized that the terrorism emanating from Pakistan is posing serious threat to regional stability and security. India and US have very good cooperation.
McMaster also to met Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Lok Kalyan Marg. He may also meet External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj.
McMaster arrived in Islamabad, Pakistan on Monday, barely a day after the United States reinstated its tough stance on Pakistan.
Incidentally, this was the first visit by a top member from the Donald Trump administration. McMaster arrived in Pakistan after a brief stop in Afghanistan.
Following the meet in Pakistan, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's office issued a statement saying that McMaster had assured the PM that the Trump administration was dedicated to strengthening bilateral relations and working with Pakistan.
With HR McMaster in Delhi, India hopes to get a clarity on US President Donald Trump's stand on the police for South Asia.
New Delhi hopes discussions with Herbert Raymond McMaster will provide clarity on US President Donald Trump's policy for South Asia.