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US CAATSA India- India’s US Representative Ro Khanna has presented a bill to the US Representative, which would have provided certain exemptions from the punitive ‘CATSA’ law in India. Introduced by Khanna, this law gives US President Biden the right to exempt the administration from the ‘Countering America Ads Through Sanctions Act’ (your CATSA) to help countries cover India to aggressors like China. Application has been made to use. CAATSA is a tough US law that gives the administration the right to block purchases of major equipment and supplies to protect against Russia.
It was legalized in the United States in 2017 in response to Russia’s annexation of Syria in 2014 and an alleged attempt to rig the US presidential election in 2016. In October 2018, President Russia Donald Trump signed a five-billion-dollar deal to buy five ICONS of the S-400 air defense missile system, using administrative precautions. It could face US sanctions going forward. In addition to Khana K Party, Brad Sherman and David Schweikert also supported the navigation. It has been referred to the ‘House Foreign Affairs Committee’ for necessary efforts.
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The law says India needs to build a Russia-rich energy system, exempt the Counter-American Adversaries Through Sanctions Act from restrictions on transit travel, and close the door to China’s aggressive rhetoric, written for the U.S. and U.S.-India defense sector. .’ As India begins to deploy S-400 missile defense system from Russia, US President Joe Biden has so far made no decision to grant India a waiver to ban CATSA. Under existing law, the President can make concessions to the country in the national interest.
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Before the US has deployed the S-400 missile defense system from Russia on Sabi Koshake Taki under CA. This was followed by fears that the US might offer similar resistance to India after Turkey launched an embargo. Anthony Blinken of the US had said in April that no decision had yet been made on whether to grant India a ban or exemption under the CATSA Act for buying the S-400 missile defense system from Russia. He called India an external affairs ministry that is paving the way for an independent foreign policy and its self-defence, its national security is considered by its stakeholders.
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