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This was Doval's first meeting with Bolton, the new National Security Advisor to President Donald Trump.
James Mattis did not publicly identify the remains. He also said that consultations are going on about the repatriation of more Korean War remains.
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman held the crucial talks with Mattis and US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in New Delhi on September 6.
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman held the talks with US Secretary of State Michael R Pompeo and Defence Secretary James Mattis.
In a special gesture, Swaraj received US Secretary Pompeo at the airport here yesterday while Sitharaman welcomed Defence Secretary Mattis, reflecting the importance India attaches to their visit.
According to the source, bilaterally the main issues on the agenda would be counterterrorism, defence and trade cooperation and immigration-related issues.
Defense Secretary James Mattis told a Pentagon news conference that no decisions had been made about major exercises for next year but noted that the suspension of drills this summer.
On a question about trade relations with India, Wells said opening up trade with India is a "key strategic objective" for the Trump administration.
He alleged that the "only reason" Syria's Bashar al-Assad regime was in power was because Iran has "stuck by him, reinforced him, funded him.
Last month, the US had postponed the dialogue due to "unavoidable reasons".
Mattis has commented on the talks as "very very good"adding that the US was assigning a "high degree of importance to the military relationship" with China.
James Mattis will make a four-day tour of China, South Korea and Japan and meet his Chinese counterpart, Wei Fenghe.
After the successful three-day ceasefire and unity during Eid, there may be hopes of negotiation with the Taliban, says US Pentagon chief, James Mattis.
US President Donald Trump has repeatedly taken aim at European countries, particularly Germany, for not spending enough on defence.