India and Indonesia on Thursday resolved to further bolster their comprehensive strategic partnership while evaluating the bilateral ties in a wide range of areas.
The evaluation was carried out during a virtual meet between Minister of State for External Affairs V Muraleedharan and Indonesia’s Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Mahendra Sirengar.
“During the meeting, both leaders reviewed India-Indonesia bilateral relationships, spanning across a wide range of areas. Both the leaders expressed commitment to further strengthen India-Indonesia comprehensive strategic partnership,” the Ministry of External Affairs said.
Muraleedharan also expressed his gratitude to the Indonesian government for sending relief materials to India for fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.
Defence and security ties between India and Indonesia has been on an upward trajectory in the last few years, particularly in the maritime domain.