India and the European Union have agreed on fighting against terrorism together.
In his Press Statement, after the 14th India and European Union summit and delegation level talks with President of the European Council Donald Franciszek Tusk and President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker in New Delhi today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, India and EU will increase cooperation to fight the menace. He said, they will not only expand bilateral ties but also enhance partnership at the global level.
Mr Modi said, European Union is India’s biggest trade partner and one of the biggest FDI partners. Mr Modi said, India-EU relations have strengthened after last year’s summit in Brussels.
President of the European Council Donald Franciszek Tusk said, India and EU have decided to develop dynamic trade and step up cooperation on global and regional issues.
He said, strategic partnership between India and EU will be expanded. He said, situation in Myanmar and Rohingya issue was discussed during the talks. He said, EU wants peaceful resolution of Rohingya issue.
Three agreements were exchanged between India and European Union on Solar Alliance, Bengaluru Metro and Science Research.
Earlier on Friday morning, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj called on Mr Donald Franciszek Tusk and Mr Jean-Claude Juncker in New Delhi. The leaders discussed issues of mutual interests.