India-Indonesia Relations

Both countries decided to strengthen their defence and maritime security relations and resolved to effectively address the issue of terrorism.
Agreements signed on:
  • MoU on Youth and Sports Cooperation.
  • MoU on Standardization Cooperation.
  • Joint Communiqué on Voluntary International Cooperation to Combat Illegal, Unregulated and Unreported (IUU) Fishing and to promote Sustainable Fisheries Governance.
Other aspects of relationship:
  • Terrorism:
    • Condemned terrorism in all its forms and manifestations in the strongest terms.
    • Emphasized zero tolerance for acts of terrorism.
    • Called upon all countries to implement the UNSC Resolution 1267 (banning militant groups and their leaders) and other resolutions designating terrorist entities.
    • Called upon all countries to work towards eliminating terrorist safe havens and infrastructure in disrupting terrorist networks and financing channels, and stopping cross-border terrorism.
  • Economic and Development: Agreed to build a strong economic and development partnership to strengthen the flow of trade, capital and people between them.
  • Defence and security cooperation:
    • Agreed to prioritize defence and security cooperation to ensure safety and security of sea lanes, environmental protection and disaster response.
    • Further boost partnership for combating terrorism, organized crime, drugs and human trafficking.
  • ASEAN and RCEP: Agreed for an early implementation of India-ASEAN Free Trade Agreement in Services and investment, and finalization of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP)

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