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Rajnath talks to US, Japanese counterparts, says India wants peace in Middle East

IndiaTimes Thursday, 9 January 2020
Defence minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday told his US and Japanese counterparts, Mark Esper and Taro Kono, that India was firmly in favour of de-escalation in the ongoing tensions between the US and Iran in the Middle East.
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