Let’s fight together against terrorism
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is an international organization with 10 member countries in Southeast Asia. These include Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and India, on the sidelines of the 19th ASEAN-India Summit to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their dialogue ties in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, acknowledged that the two countries have deep civilizational ties, maritime contacts and cultural exchanges. -Provisions have strengthened over the past 30 years. This has given a strong foundation to ASEAN-India relations.
All these announcements happened.
ASEAN India also announced enhanced cooperation, which includes maritime security, combating piracy and armed robbery against ships, maritime security, humanitarian assistance, disaster management and emergency response and relief. In addition, enhancing cooperation on transnational economic crimes and against money laundering, cybercrime, cyber security, drugs and human trafficking and arms trafficking was also discussed.
cooperation in these areas
Before addressing the summit, Dhankhar and Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen discussed ways to further enhance bilateral ties in areas such as human resources, de-mining and development projects. In a joint statement, India and the ASEAN countries announced enhanced cooperation in the digital economy through a range of regional capacity building activities in digital transformation, digital trade, digital skills and innovation, as well as hackathons. He also stressed on increasing cooperation in the field of smart agriculture while developing a sustainable food supply for the future.
Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar said…
India’s Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar, during a speech at the 19th ASEAN-India Summit, said that India attaches great importance to ASEAN as an important pillar of the regional, multilateral and global order. India supports the centrality of ASEAN in the architecture that is developing in the Indo-Pacific. India and ASEAN share a common vision to ensure peace, prosperity and stability in the region.
strategic cooperation needed
Vice President Dhankhar said, ‘To navigate today’s highly uncertain geopolitical landscape, we need to expand our cooperation and deepen our strategic trust. Our Comprehensive Strategic Partnership should provide a pathway to this.’ASEAN-India Joint Statement Seeks to strengthen our partnership through the ASEAN-India Comprehensive Strategic Partnership to continue working together on regional and global issues of common concern which will contribute to further strengthening ASEAN-India relations through strategic cooperation for peace, stability and prosperity in the region.
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