India-Indonesia share same vision for the development of Indo-Pacific region: PM Modi in Jakarta

30 May 2018 11:09 AM

India-Indonesia share same vision for the development of Indo-Pacific region: PM Modi in Jakarta

Updated 30 May 2018 11:09 AM

PM Narendra Modi while delivering a speech in Jakarta said, "India stands resolutely with Indonesia in the fight against terror, we condemn the recent terror attacks in Indonesia in which many innocent people lost their lives."
He also said, "India-ASEAN partnership is such an important power that can become a guarantee of peace not only in Indo-Pacific region but also beyond it.For the development of Indo-Pacific region we (India - Indonesia) have agreed to the same shared vision. India's Act East Policy and the vision of SAGAR (Security and Growth for all in the Region) matches President Jidodo's Maritime Fulcrum Policy."

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