Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his New Zealand counterpart on Wednesday hold a delegation level talks in the national capital, after which they also hold joint statements for the media.
Highlights of joint statements
We both recognized need for greater eco engagement in order to effectively respond to the growing uncertainties in global economy: PM Modi.
Prime Minister Key & I have had detailed & productive discussions on all aspects of our bilateral engagement & multilateral cooperation: PM.
Food processing, dairy & agriculture & related areas in their supply chain are some of the areas of particular potential for cooperation: PM.
Terrorism remains one of the major challenges affecting global peace: PM Narendra Modi.
We have agreed to continue to work closely towards an early conclusion of a balanced and mutually beneficial CECA: PM Narendra Modi.
PM Key & I agreed to strengthen security & intelligence cooperation against terror & radicalization including in cyber security: PM Modi.
We are thankful for New Zealand’s support to India joining a reformed UN Security Council as a permanent member: PM Modi
New Zealand and India already share a very strong relationship, be it in trade or cricket: PM John Key.
We have a genuine interest in India’s success and we intend to remain true & honest: NZ PM John Key.
We also agreed to continue close coordination on the range of security issues including international terrorism: PM John Key
PM Modi & I also discussed about India’s application to become a member of NSG, I acknowledge the importance to India of joining NSG: PM Key.
New Zealand would continue to contribute constructively to the process currently underway in NSG to consider India’s membership: PM Key.
NZ is committed to working with NSG members to reach a decision as soon as possible: PM Key on India’s membership for NSG