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India, Japan discuss free and open maritime order

New Delhi: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh and his Japanese counterpart Kishi Nobuo exchanged views on security situation in the region and the need for a free and open maritime order based on the rule of law.

The two ministers held a telephonic conversation and expressed satisfaction at the ongoing defence cooperation between the two countries in spite of the limitations imposed by COVID 19.

They welcomed the successful conduct of JIMEX 2020, MALABAR 2020 and also the recent successful visit of Chief of Staff, JASDF to India.

They expressed satisfaction at the signing of the Agreement on Reciprocal Provision of Supplies and Services in further promoting defence ties between the two countries.

During the telephonic conversation, they reviewed the progress on various bilateral defence cooperation initiatives and expressed commitment to further elevate engagements between the Armed Forces under the framework of the India-Japan Special Strategic and Global Partnership.

The two leaders agreed that in the recent past both countries have made notable strides in Defence Industry and Technology cooperation and look forward to even greater cooperation in this field.

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