India will continue to expand and deepen economic engagements with ASEAN: PM Modi

Published By : Admin | September 8, 2016 | 09:51 IST
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PM Narendra Modi addressed the India-ASEAN Summit today. In his closing remarks, PM Modi said that all 3 pillars of our partnership -security, economic & socio-cultural have registered good progress. PM mentioned that sea lanes are the life lines of global trade and India supports freedom of navigation based on ÚNCLOS (UN Convention on the Law of the Sea).

PM Modi took a strong stand against terrorism and said that India is willing to take concrete steps to enhance cooperation in cyber security, de-radicalization and Counter Terrorism.

PM also said that India will continue to expand & deepen its economic engagements with ASEAN.

PM Modi proposed a Joint Task Force on connectivity to work on the extension of India-Myanmar-Thailand trilateral highway to Cambodia, Laos & Vietnam. He also proposed the commissioning project for mapping Indian inscriptions along Mekong River.

PM Modi offered to enhance the ASEAN-India Fund with an additional grant of US$ 50 million.

PM also offered to hold the India-ASEAN Youth Summit. PM Modi also invited ASEAN as Guest of Honour for the International Buddhist Conclave in October 2016.

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