Washington, Aug 13: President Barack Obama's special representative for Pakistan and Afghanistan, Richard Holbrooke on Thursday, Aug 13, said the Obama administration is keeping New Delhi posted about its policies on Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Speaking on the situation prevailing in Afghanistan and Pakistan at a meeting organised by the Centre for American Progress, Holbrooke described India as a dominant power of South Asia
Holbrooke said improving Indo-US relations has been a continual goal of the last three US administrations and opined that all of them had been successful in that.
Holbrooke is visiting Pakistan and Afghanistan from Saturday, Aug 15. He has no plans to visit India.