Delegations of 10-member countries of Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) will meet on Monday for two-day event in the national capital of India.
The two-day dialogue – Delhi Dialogue IV – will begin in New Delhi which leads to remove the bottlenecks of an important milestone in the ASEAN-India relationship.
During this dialogue, the main engagements that will be discussed are of economic integration, regional security, non-traditional security threats and networks of knowledge and science.
This event of fourth edition of dialogue, inspired by the recommendations made during the Delhi Dialogue III in 2011, will be to establish ASEAN-India relationship- Partners for Peace, Progress and Stability.
Delhi Dialogue IV, the fourth in the series that began in 2009, will be inaugurated by the External Affairs Minister S M Krishna.
The Foreign Ministers of other countries from their state will be presented there for joining the discussion with External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna. Deputy Prime Minister of Cambodia will also attend Dialogue.
The former Indian President Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam will be giving the Valedictory Address on Tuesday.
As per released by Ministry, “Political leaders, policy makers, senior officials, diplomats, business leaders, think tanks and academics from both sides would be participating in the discussions spread over two days. All the ten ASEAN countries have sent delegations or are participating in the form of speakers and panelists in DD-IV.”
- Published by Himmat Mehra in: General News India News
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