At present, Pakistan does not have access to secret data from Chinese military systems, such as spy satellites or synthetic radar satellites or military communications satellites, or other military equipment such as camouflage aircraft, high-precision weapons systems, etc. In response to developments resulting from the increasingly strong military cooperation between the United States and India, we can sign a comprehensive military defence agreement with China, with the basic agreement being signed. KARACHI — Pakistan is concerned about the intelligence pact between the United States and India, signed last week during a visit by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Defense Secretary Mark Esper to India. The agreement could give India an advantage in any future kashmir conflict, a region that Delhi and Islamabad claim. The United States has signed a total of four basic agreements with India to promote military cooperation. The first of these agreements was the General Security of Military Information Agreement (GSOMIA). The agreement allows the exchange of military information between the two countries and obliges each country to protect the secret information of others. January 1, 2002, signed. The pact facilitates the interoperability of the armed forces and guarantees the exchange of sensitive and secret information – in accordance with this agreement, they both have full access to classified military information. This geographic data, supplemented by U.S. satellites, will assist in the navigation and orientation of military resources.

In principle, regional military assets used during the war are subject to joint surveillance and, of course, this does not benefit normal Indian public opinion. This information can be obtained in the form of maps, nautical and aeronautical maps, commercial images and other unclassified, geodesic, geophysical, geomagnetic, geomagnetic and gravity images, meaning that the two countries collect regional data together and both countries even have access to geomagnetic data. Both countries claim that safeguards are in place so that they cannot use third parties. These protections are directed against China and Pakistan. The pact between the two sides was discussed for more than a decade, as it began to exchange weather data, while this secret evolution continued to the satisfaction of both countries. “Pakistan must be vigilant about this development [because it has implications for the Chinese-Pakistan economic corridor] and regional security,” said Anwaar ul Haq Kakar, a member of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Pakistani Senate at Nikkei Asia. Pakistan, which is an important non-NATO ally of the United States, cannot stand idly by when security agreements are signed directly across the border, improving the capabilities of the Indian army. In the near future, we may see significant Indian acquisitions of U.S. military systems. In the face of these developments, Pakistan has only limited but vital options to choose to balance the regional strategic equation. “Pakistan has consistently drawn attention to the threats to strategic stability in South Asia from the supply of advanced military equipment, technology and knowledge to India,” Pakistan`s Foreign Ministry said immediately after the agreement was signed.