S Jaishankar co-chairs India-Malaysia Joint Commission meeting. Twitter/@DrSJaishankar

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar, alongside his Malaysian counterpart Zambry Abdul Kadir, co-hosted the 6th India-Malaysia Joint Commission meeting in New Delhi on Tuesday.

The meeting primarily centered on matters related to security, trade, finance, and collaborative efforts in the maritime domain between the two nations.

In addition to this, both leaders engaged in discussions regarding the Indo-Pacific region, ASEAN, West Asia, and various other regional and global issues.

Jaishankar said on X, “Co-chaired along with FM @ZambryOfficial the 6th India-Malaysia Joint Commission Meeting in New Delhi. Reviewed progress on our political, defence & security, trade and finance, health, energy, education, maritime cooperation, culture, tourism and people-to-people cooperation. Also shared perspectives on the Indo-Pacific, ASEAN, West Asia and other regional and global issues.”

Before the India-Malaysia 6th Joint Commission meeting, Jaishankar met with Zambry Abdul Kadir, setting the stage for discussions in New Delhi.

Jaishankar said, “A warm welcome to Malaysian FM @ZambryOfficial in New Delhi. Our 6th Joint Commission Meeting this evening will take forward our Enhanced Strategic Partnership.”

The Malaysian Foreign Minister arrived in the national capital for his first India visit in the late hours of Sunday and received a warm welcome.

The visit scheduled from November 5-8 is aimed at strengthening the Enhanced Strategic Partnership between the two countries.

With inputs from ANI

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