Indian Minister Leads High-Level Delegation to Marshall Islands to Strengthen Bilateral Ties

Indian Minister Leads High-Level Delegation to Marshall Islands to Strengthen Bilateral Ties
Indian Minister Leads High-Level Delegation to Marshall Islands to Strengthen Bilateral Ties
Indian Minister Leads High-Level Delegation to Marshall Islands to Strengthen Bilateral Ties
Indian Minister Leads High-Level Delegation to Marshall Islands to Strengthen Bilateral Ties

Indian Minister Leads High-Level Delegation to Marshall Islands to Strengthen Bilateral Ties

Indian Minister Leads High-Level Delegation to Marshall Islands to Strengthen Bilateral Ties

Indian Minister Leads High-Level Delegation to Marshall Islands to Strengthen Bilateral Ties

India’s Minister of State for Foreign Affairs and Education, Rajkumar Ranjan Singh, led a high-level delegation visit to the Republic of Marshall Islands (RMI). The visit aims to strengthen partnerships and mutual cooperation in various key areas. This visit is significant as it marks the first ministerial-level visit from India to the Marshall Islands in the last five years.

Growing Bilateral Relations

The relations between India and the Marshall Islands have expanded over the years, both bilaterally and through the Forum for India-Pacific Islands Cooperation (FIPIC). During his visit, Minister Rajkumar Ranjan Singh met with key officials and discussed development projects, cultural exchanges, and the celebration of 30 years of diplomatic relations in 2025. India and the Marshall Islands have enjoyed warm and cordial diplomatic relations since April 1995.

Key Discussions and Partnerships

During the visit, Minister Singh held discussions with Irooj Jimata Kabua, Chairman of the Council of Irooj/Traditional Chief of RMI, as well as Wilbur Heine, Acting President of the Marshall Islands. The discussions encompassed a wide range of areas, including climate change, renewable energy, and cooperation in development projects.

Strengthened Bilateral Ties

The visit reflects India’s commitment to strengthening bilateral ties with the Republic of Marshall Islands and exploring opportunities for cooperation and development partnerships. It covers areas of mutual interest such as climate change, environment conservation, health, education, and capacity building, including ITEC courses.

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