India and the United States have signed a Communications and Security Compatibility Agreement (COMCASA) that will lead to a new generation of bilateral military partnerships. It was signed at the end of the first “2+2” ministerial dialogue between India and the United States in New Delhi. Communication Compatibility and Security Agreement (COMCASA) COMCASA is one of the four core agreements that run the United States. The above-mentioned agreements are signed by the United States with countries in which it has close military relations. The Navy has been a great benefactor of this agreement, as it needs supplies more often than the Air Force and Army. The Memorandum of Understanding (LEMOA) or Logistics Exchange is one of the three fundamental agreements between India and the United States. It was signed in August 2016, after decades of negotiations between the two countries. This is the specific Indian version of the Logistics Support Agreement (LSA). . . .
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