India and Indonesia on Thursday agreed to additional strengthen their complete strategic partnership whereas reviewing the bilateral ties in a variety of areas.
The overview was carried out at a digital assembly between Minister of State for External Affairs V Muraleedharan and Indonesia’s Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Mahendra Siregar.
“During the meeting, both leaders reviewed India-Indonesia bilateral relationship, spanning across a wide range of areas,” the Ministry of External Affairs stated.
It stated the 2 ministers additionally mentioned cooperation on regional points and in multilateral fora.
“Both leaders expressed commitment to further strengthen India-Indonesia comprehensive strategic partnership,” the MEA stated in a press release.
It stated Mr Muraleedharan additionally thanked the Indonesian authorities for sending reduction supplies to India for preventing the COVID-19 pandemic.
Defence and safety cooperation between India and Indonesia has been on an upward trajectory in the previous few years, notably within the maritime area.
Indonesia is a vital nation of the ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations).
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