India and Singapore on Thursday held a ministerial-level assembly and reviewed ongoing bilateral engagement between the 2 nations.
On the assembly, the Indian facet was led by Minister of State for Exterior Affairs V Muraleedharan, whereas the Singaporean facet was led by Senior Minister of State for Overseas Affairs Sim Ann.
In accordance with the Ministry of Exterior Affairs, each leaders reviewed India-Singapore bilateral relationship, spanning throughout a variety of areas.
Additionally they mentioned cooperation on regional points and in multilateral fora.
Each leaders expressed dedication to additional strengthen India-Singapore Strategic Partnership.
The Minister of State for Exterior Affairs thanked the Singaporean authorities for facilitating provide of aid materials, particularly oxygen tanks, which had been despatched to India for combating the COVID19 pandemic.