After the talks, the two sides signed three MoUs on development cooperation, water resource management and in area of measurement and standardisation. “The Foreign Minister and I have had substantive and fruitful discussions on bilateral, regional and multilateral issues of interest,” Khurshid said at a joint media interaction with Inoke. Hailing Fiji’s adoption of a new Constitution, the External Affairs Minister said India will provide the country with indelible ink for polls, vehicles and impart training to election and parliamentary officials.
“India and Fiji share close and cordial relations. We agreed that bilateral relations have been growing and people-to-people contacts are developing very well in recent years,” Khurshid said.
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