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India and Japan to conduct joint fighter jet training

Asian countries host inaugural '2-plus-2' dialogue as defense ties deepen

Ministers hold the inaugural India-Japan two-plus-two dialogue in New Delhi on Saturday. (Pool photo) 

NEW DELHI -- The governments of India and Japan have agreed to hold joint fighter jet exercises in Japan, as they held their first "two-plus-two" dialogue between their foreign ministers and defense ministers in New Delhi on Saturday.

The two sides also confirmed that they will accelerate talks to sign an acquisition and cross-servicing agreement, a defense pact that allows for the sharing of food, fuel, transportation, ammunition and equipment.

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