After Vietnam, Foreign Minister S Jaishankar has reached Singapore. He discussed enhancing mutual cooperation between India and Singapore towards strengthening bilateral relations. Jaishankar met Singapore’s Defense Minister Ng Eng Hein here on Thursday and also chaired a regional conference of Indian ambassadors to ASEAN and East Asian countries. Jaishankar, who is in Singapore on the second leg of his two-nation tour of Southeast Asia, will meet Singapore’s newly elected President Tharman Shanmugartnam and other senior leaders and review bilateral cooperation.
Will explore more partnership opportunities between India and Singapore. He talked about exploring deal opportunities with Singapore in emerging areas such as digitization and skill development. Thank you for addressing our ambassadors’ conference in a post on I have always admired his strategic knowledge and assessments.” The foreign minister chaired a regional conference of Indian ambassadors to ASEAN and East Asian countries. “Our discussions reviewed developments in the region and their implications for India,” he wrote in another post.
Strong strategic ties with Singapore
The information presented by our ambassadors is important for policy-making.” Jaishankar’s visit underscores the close and long-standing relationship between Singapore and India, Singapore’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement. These relationships are built on a strong foundation of strategic trust. He said, “The visit will provide an opportunity for both sides to review our bilateral cooperation, explore cooperation in emerging areas including digitalization and skill development under the India-Singapore Ministerial Round Table and discuss regional and global developments.” will provide.” Jaishankar has arrived in Singapore from Vietnam on the last leg of his tour. (language)
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