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India to Take on Future U.S. Navy Ship Maintenance Per Agreement

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India will be serving as a future maintenance hub for U.S. Navy assets in the Indo-Pacific, according to a joint U.S.-India statement issued last week on the sidelines of G20 in New Delhi.

President Joe Biden and Prime Minister Narendra Modi highlighted the signing of a Master Ship Repair Agreement between the U.S. Navy and Mazgaon Dock Shipbuilders, Ltd in August. This is the second agreement this year between the Navy and Indian shipyards – the first being with Larsen & Toubro (L&T) in June. These two yards construct some of the Indian Navy’s largest and most advanced warships. According to the joint statement, leaders also “welcomed further commitments from U.S. industry to invest more in India’s maintenance, repair, and overhaul capabilities and facilities for aircraft.”

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