Exterior Affairs Minister S Jaishankar, alongside his Malaysian counterpart Zambry Abdul Kadir, co-hosted the sixth India-Malaysia Joint Fee assembly in New Delhi on Tuesday.
The assembly primarily centered on issues associated to safety, commerce, finance, and collaborative efforts within the maritime area between the 2 nations.
Along with this, each leaders engaged in discussions concerning the Indo-Pacific area, ASEAN, West Asia, and varied different regional and world points.
Jaishankar mentioned on X, “Co-chaired along with FM @ZambryOfficial the 6th India-Malaysia Joint Commission Meeting in New Delhi. Reviewed progress on our political, defence & security, trade and finance, health, energy, education, maritime cooperation, culture, tourism and people-to-people cooperation. Also shared perspectives on the Indo-Pacific, ASEAN, West Asia and other regional and global issues.”
Co-chaired together with FM @ZambryOfficial the sixth 🇮🇳-🇲🇾 Joint Fee Assembly in New Delhi.
Reviewed progress on our political, defence & safety, commerce and finance , well being, power, schooling, maritime cooperation, tradition, tourism and people-to-people cooperation.
— Dr. S. Jaishankar (@DrSJaishankar) November 7, 2023
Earlier than the India-Malaysia sixth Joint Fee assembly, Jaishankar met with Zambry Abdul Kadir, setting the stage for discussions in New Delhi.
Jaishankar mentioned, “A warm welcome to Malaysian FM @ZambryOfficial in New Delhi. Our 6th Joint Commission Meeting this evening will take forward our Enhanced Strategic Partnership.”
The Malaysian Overseas Minister arrived within the nationwide capital for his first India go to within the late hours of Sunday and acquired a heat welcome.
The go to scheduled from November 5-8 is aimed toward strengthening the Enhanced Strategic Partnership between the 2 nations.
With inputs from ANI