India would do its best to prevent disruption in supplies of medical products to Indonesia

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke on phone today with Joko Widodo, President of Indonesia.

The two leaders exchanged thoughts about the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic in the region and the world.

The Indonesian President appreciated the facilitation provided by the Government of India for supplies of pharmaceutical products to Indonesia. Prime Minister assured him that India would do its best to prevent disruption in supplies of medical products or the other commodities traded between the two countries.

The leaders discussed issues related to their citizens present in each other’s countries and agreed that their teams would remain in touch to ensure all possible facilitation in this regard.

Prime Minister underlined the fact that the South-East Asian nation is an important maritime partner in India’s extended neighbourhood, and the strength of the bilateral relationship would help both countries in fighting the effects of the pandemic.

He also conveyed greetings for the Holy Month of Ramadan to President Widodo and to the people of Indonesia.

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