Indonesian President Joko Widodo is on a two-day visit to India in order to strengthen bilateral relations. The two leaders — Joko Widodo and Narendra Modi – met in New Delhi and discussed on a whole host of issues in order to further strengthen the cooperation between the two countries.
Both India and Indonesia are maritime neighbours whose relations are rooted in civilizational contacts developed through the seas and who share similar perceptions of the evolving maritime environment in the region and the world at large.
India and Indonesia signed three agreements following delegation-level talks.
PM Modi stated that Indonesia is one of India’s most valued partners in our Act East Policy. He also added that it is the largest economy in South East Asia whereas, India is one of the fastest growing large economies in the world.