Maritime security drives push for closer India-Indonesia ties

Nirmala Ganapathy

Leaders concerned about growing Chinese assertiveness

Indonesian President Joko Widodo’s two-day visit to India was a key step towards re-establishing proximity between two countries concerned about growing Chinese assertiveness, said analysts.
Mr Widodo and his counterpart, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, discussed a range of issues and areas of collaboration, but it was maritime cooperation that was the major takeaway from the visit.
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Source: straitstimes.com

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