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India, Indonesia condemn’Discerning approaches’ in dealing with terrorism

Throughout the discussions, both nations also confirmed their shared interests in territorial unity and integrity.

“As democracies, that confront the menace of terrorism, at our meeting today, we unequivocally revealed our strongest condemnation of terrorism in all forms and expressions,” Jaishankar stated in a media announcement.

“We voiced our strongest resistance to some discerning approaches in addressing this global menace,” he explained.

India, throughout the assembly, called upon all nations” to quit supplying state exemptions and also to prevent their territories from being used for terrorist safe havens.” “We also confirmed our shared interests in the territorial integrity and unity of both states,” he added.

Both leaders discussed the whole gamut of bilateral ties and held discussions on several regional, international, economic, political and safety difficulties.

“They (talks ) were quite disgusting, they were rather free, they were quite comfy, and we exchanged views on the selection of measures that we have to move our connection to even farther,” he explained.

Acknowledging the two nations are near marine neighbors, Jaishankar explained that India values Indonesia as a crucial associate under our Act East and Indo-Pacific policy.

“Improving connection between India and Indonesia, notably between Andaman and Nicobar Islands and Aceh Province of Indonesia is also, consequently, a key strategic priority for the two countries,” he stated in the announcement.

India and Indonesia annually agreed to establish a special task force to boost connectivity between the tactical Andaman and Nicobar Islands and states in Sumatra Island to promote tourism, trade and people-to-people contacts.

Jaishankar expressed pleasure within Indonesia’s invitation to India for linking the Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand-Growth Triangle (IMT-GT) since the Dialogue Partner.

“We are delighted to have combined the Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand-Growth Triangle (IMT-GT) since the very first Dialogue Partner and Minister, I truly love Indonesia’s invitation in this aspect. We expect to have additional integration of markets of sub-areas of Eastern India with IMT-GT,” he explained.

Both nations agreed to work together to get sustainable and balanced commerce by providing greater market access, both in products and services to attain the trade goal of USD 50 billion.

Both sides agreed to create a powerful economic and development venture that strengthens the circulation of capital, commerce, people, and ideas between India and Indonesia.

Both leaders agreed to strengthen cooperation on international issues further and collaborate more closely in multilateral organizations. “As two democratic nations with shared values of pluralism and civilizational stability, it’s essential that people stand together in confronting global challenges,” he explained.

“I anticipate Indonesia linking us on the initiation of the Coalition of Disaster Resilient Infrastructure initiative after this season in the United Nations,” Jaishankar added.

Highlighting the historical linkages between the two nations, Jaishankar expressed hope of a new partnership between India and Indonesia during vogue.

“Pleasure to satisfy my Indonesian counterpart @Menlu_RI. My 1st bilat’l trip as EAM to ASEAN. I am drawing on historical linkages to style a contemporary venture. It was agreed to deal with everyday challenges & investigate shared chances. Our discussions highlighted mutual aid for territorial integrity,” Jaishankar tweeted.

The minister met Indonesian Vice President Jusuf Kalla and valued his expertise and insights on constructing economic alliance.

Jaishankar also met former president Ibu Megawati Soekarnoputri.

“Short break in the National Museum of Indonesia. Reminded of the common legacy,” he tweeted.

The trip reflects the high priority India joins to its bilateral relationship with Indonesia, by which”we discuss a Comprehensive Strategic Partnership and a Shared Vision on Maritime Cooperation at the Indo-Pacific,” a press release issued from the Ministry of External Affairs said before his trip to Indonesia.