India and Indonesia on Thursday held in depth talks in Jakarta specializing in shared priorities equivalent to combating terrorism and violent extremism, and explored methods to boost defence and cyber safety cooperation.
Nationwide Safety Advisor Ajit Doval and Indonesia’s Minister for Political, Authorized and Safety Affairs Mohammad Mahfud MD held the talks on the second India-Indonesia Safety Dialogue (IISD).
“On the 2nd IISD, Minister Mahfud and Nationwide Safety Adviser Ajit Doval mentioned a number of shared priorities, together with evaluation of the present international and safety points, countering terrorism and violent extremism, and enhancing maritime, defence, and cyber safety cooperation,” the Ministry of Exterior Affairs (MEA) stated.
It stated Mahfud and Doval talked about the great strategic partnership between the 2 nations and expressed confidence that the IISD would strengthen the cooperation to beat widespread challenges and “recognized alternatives” for additional shut collaboration within the area of political and safety points.
“On the assembly, Minister Mahfud and NSA Ajit Doval signed the Memorandum of Understanding for Safety Dialogue between the coordinating Ministry for Political, Authorized, and Safety Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia and the Nationwide Safety Council Secretariat of the Republic of India,” it stated in an announcement.
The IISD is a discussion board that brings the coordinating minister for political, authorized, and safety affairs of Indonesia and the NSA of India collectively to debate and improve cooperation between the 2 nations on political and safety points.
The MEA stated Doval conveyed his gratitude to Mahfud for internet hosting the assembly in Indonesia and prolonged an invite to Indonesia for the third IISD in India.
Doval additionally met the coordinating minister for maritime and funding affairs and the minister for international affairs.