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US didn't spy on India's ASAT test: Pentagon

Updated : March 30, 2019 07:26 AM IST

No US assets were spying on India. In fact, the US continues to expand its enduring partnership with India: US Defense Department
Aircraft Spots, which monitors military air movements, had said that a US Air Force's reconnaissance aircraft from its base in Diego Garcia went "for a mission in the Bay of Bengal to monitor India's anti-satellite missile test".This was interpreted by many that the US spied on Indian ASAT test.
US didn't spy on India's ASAT test: Pentagon
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