India, Japan ink deal

By Anirban Bhaumik

India and Japan have opened up their military bases for each other’s army, navy and air force – elevating bilateral defence cooperation amid China’s growing belligerence.

With New Delhi and Tokyo signing the Acquisition and Cross-Servicing Agreement (ACSA), India now has military logistics sharing agreement with all its partners – the United States, Australia and Japan – in the ‘Quad’.


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