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Beca Agreement Drishti

Beca is the latest of four basic defence agreements between the two countries, which allow for a much higher level of military cooperation in the areas of technology, interoperability and armament manufacturing. BECA allows the exchange of geographic data, including marine and aeronautical maps. The complete data, supported by high-precision U.S. satellites, helps with navigation and orientation to military resources. With the signed BECA, the two countries can exchange maps, maritime and aeronautical maps, commercial images and other unclassified, geodesic, geophysical, geomagnetic and gravitational images. In addition to standard data, the agreement also includes the exchange of classified information and security measures to ensure that it is not disclosed to third parties. This is a very important step because the growing tensions in the Indo-Pacific region are attracting the attention of the Americans. “The data obtained under the agreement will be useful for long-range navigation and missile targets with greater accuracy. Given the current geopolitical situation, these data will be relevant to both the northern and western borders of India. As this is a bilateral agreement, India is also supposed to share similar data with the United States,” says Captain Vikram Mahajan (retd), Director, Aerospace and Defence at USISPF (source) And as expected, the UPA government has repeatedly created obstacles using arbitrary straw man arguments that India considers an innocent young child who flouts everyone. Unlike the diligence required to work on agreements that are essential to our defence.

India and the United States signed the Basic Exchange and Cooperation Agreement (BECA), signed with the two agreements previously signed LAMOA and comcasa. The signing of a number of defence agreements will enable India and the United States to act together and position themselves in a better position to shape the regional and global environment. Critical analysis. The signing of BECA will enable India and the United States to act together and put themselves in a better position to shape the regional and global environment for peace and stability. But the two countries must not make this signature glamorous, because these agreements are not an end in themselves, but a means to achieve a broader goal – the security and prosperity of their citizens.