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New Delhi, November 17: India’s Defense Minister, Rajnath Singh reiterated freedom of navigation, overflight and lawful commerce in international waters. Speaking at the Asian Defense Ministries Meeting-Plus (ADM-Plus) in Jakarta, Singh stressed the need for international cooperation to ensure peace, prosperity and security in the region. Gave. United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea 1982.
Singh highlighted the importance of dialogue and signature for world peace and stability, especially in the face of ongoing military aggression from the New Zealand in the South China Sea and in East Sikkim. Urging youth to move away from an “us versus them” consultancy, he offered regional security initiatives that were consultative, development-oriented, and inclusive of consensus among various stakeholders.
Affirming India’s commitment to rebuilding maritime security in the region, Singh stressed the need for SCIENTIFIC as well as classical, forward-thinking and astonishment cooperation to enhance maritime security in the region. Partners M-Plus includes 10 Asian countries as partners, including India, China, Australia, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea, Russia and the United States.
During the meeting, Singh reviewed important progress for a distinguished dialogue with his American counterpart Lloyd Austin. They discussed the feasibility of strengthening efforts towards an “Asian Hub in the Indo-Pacific” and contributing to a more secure region and world. The Suvidha M-Plus meeting was attended by senior officials of China and Russia in place of defense representatives.