New Delhi: India and South Korea signed two MoUs pertaining to defence co-operation throughout Defence Minister Rajnath Singh’s go to to the East Asian nation.
The MoUs are geared toward furthering defence instructional exchanges and extension of mutual logistical assist for the navies of each nations, Defence Ministry officers stated on Friday.
Singh met his South Korean counterpart Jeong Kyeongdoo on Thursday throughout his three-day go to to the nation, which is able to finish on Friday.
“Had productive discussions with the Minister of National Defence of RoK, Mr Jeong Kyeong-Doo, during bilateral meeting. The ongoing defence cooperation engagements have made good progress in recent years. We agreed that there was great potential to further enhance these ties,” he tweeted.
In keeping with a ministry official, the 2 leaders had a complete assessment of bilateral defence co-operation and famous that defence co-operation lies on the coronary heart of the Particular Strategic Partnership between India and South Korea.
Ongoing co-operation at service-to-service degree and prospects for enhanced co-operation between defence industries of India and Korea have been additionally mentioned other than trade of views on regional and worldwide developments of mutual curiosity.
Earlier, Singh paid homage on the Nationwide Cemetery of Korea and in addition visited the Struggle Memorial the place he introduced a duplicate of the quotation acquired by the Indian 60th Para Area Hospital for its distinctive contributions in the course of the Korean Struggle.
“Visited the War Memorial at Seoul in Republic of Korea today. The sacrifice and dedication of the UN forces and veterans in the Korean War will never be forgotten,” Singh wrote in one other tweet.