US External Affairs Minister demanded exemption from the Parliament’s Ban Act, India will benefit!

ktnewslive

ktnewslive

Popeo was referring to the letter written by Congressman Jim Mattis to the Congress. In this letter, there has been a demand for the said exemption.

US Secretary of State Mike Popeo has urged the country’s Parliament (Congress) to give the necessary exemptions in the Countertering America’s Adventures Through Sections Act (Katsa) so that this law does not affect the countries for which it has not been built. is.

 

ktnewsliveHarvard University Hillary Clinton to be honored with Radcliffe Medal

 

The provision of Katsa has become a threat to close friends and coalition partners of India including India. Under Ban, Iran, North Korea, and Russia have been banned. Under this, bans are imposed on countries which make big deals in the field of defense and intelligence with Russia. It is known that India is also planning to buy five ‘S-400 Trump’ air immune systems from Russia at a cost of around US $ 4.5 billion. US officials say that this deal can also be considered as a large military purchase.

 

The issue of serious concern for America is ‘Hafiz Saeed’

Indeed, Popeo was referring to the letter written by the US Defense Minister Jim Matisse to the Congress. In this letter, there has been a demand for the said exemption. Let us know that American President Donald Trump had signed in August 2017 on Katsa.

BY:-Abhay kushwaha

Also Read:-

Nawaz statement related to Mumbai attack is completely wrong: NSC

 

World War II bombs found in Hong Kong 450 kg

 

Struck in South China Sea, China cruise missiles deployed

 


21Shares
x Shield Logo
This Site Is Protected By
The Shield →