The India’s national capital is set to host the Indo-Pacific Armies Chiefs Conference from September 25 to 27, welcoming over 30 countries to the event. Indian Army officers have emphasized that the conference aims to facilitate the exchange of views and promote mutual understanding among Indo-Pacific partners.
Nepal’s Chief of Army Staff, Prabhuram Sharma, will participate in the conference and is scheduled to arrive on Sunday.
During the conference, representatives from more than 30 participating nations will engage in discussions on various topics of mutual interest. The primary objective is to create a platform for the exchange of ideas and perspectives on security, foster peace and stability in the Indo-Pacific region and encourage dialogue and mutual understanding among partners in the Indo-Pacific.
Officials have revealed that more than 20 chiefs from friendly armies are expected to participate in the main event, with countries such as the United States, France, and the United Kingdom among the participants.
In a statement, the Indian Army stated, “The Indo-Pacific Armies Chiefs Conference is being held in New Delhi from September 25 to 27 where over 30 countries will be represented in discussing issues of mutual interest. This will be a platform to exchange ideas and views on security, promote peace and stability in the Indo-Pacific region and develop mutual understanding and dialogue amongst the Indo-Pacific partners. More than 20 Chiefs of friendly Armies are expected to take part in the main event, including countries like the US, France, and the UK.”