Senegal and India are planning to strengthen their economic and defence ties

Senegal (Africa): Senegal and India met to discuss ways to strengthen their bilateral business and defence relations.  V. Muraleedharan, the Minister of State for External Affairs, paid a visit to Senegal and met with President Macky Sall to discuss ways to improve bilateral cooperation.

India has been reaching out to African countries in order to strengthen military and commercial ties. Muraleedharan met President Macky Sall during his visit, who emphasised the unique nature of India-Senegal relations and expressed his desire to continue working with India to realise its full potential.

He briefed Senegal's President on the JCM's deliberations, particularly in the areas of health, energy, railways, mining, defence, development partnership, and others. Sall had previously visited India in October 2015 for the India-Africa Forum Summit and in May 2017 for the African Development Bank's 52nd Annual Meeting in Gandhinagar. Muraleedharan was a co-chair of the third India-Senegal Joint Commission Meeting (JCM), which took place in Dakar on November 4 and 5, 2021.

Both sides discussed and agreed to improve cooperation in all areas of mutual interest, including trade and commerce, investments, health, energy, agriculture, railways, defence and security, education and culture, development partnership, consular, and Indian community-related matters.

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