印度与东盟推进战略伙伴关系
发布时间:2021-04-25 来源: 东盟秘书处 浏览量: 117


雅加达,2021331东盟和印度通过电视会议举行的第21届东盟-印度联合合作委员会会议上重申了致力于推进战略伙伴关系的决心

会议关注了执行东盟-印度行动计划(2016-2020年)的总体进展。双方重申致力于全面和有效执行新的2021-2025行动计划决心,以在未来五年内进一步加深东盟与印度的合作。

为了加强由东盟印度基金(AIF)和东盟印度绿色基金(AIGF投资的联合计划/项目的管理和执行,东盟和印度同意建立东盟印度项目管理小组AIPMU),并确定了其职权范围和成员。

双方通过了AIFAIGF的最新议事规则,以改善对联合计划/项目的资金的管理和利用。

东盟表扬了印度向COVID-19东盟应对基金捐赠了100万美元。他们还就一些议题交换了意见,包括关于新冠诊断疫苗和治疗的研究与开发方面的合作保健和医药产品;疫情后的经济复苏,包括全球供应链的维护

会议还审议了在其他互惠领域加强合作的若干举措,例如;跨国犯罪海上安全贸易和投资能源金融科学技术以及数字经济第四次工业革命。

其他需要加强的合作领域包括;教育可持续发展生物多样性蓝色经济智慧城市通信、技术和职业教育培训(TVET妇女赋能、人际联系以及缩小东盟的发展差距。

泰国常驻东盟使节基蒂萨克·科洛姆奇特和印度常驻东盟大使贾安特·科布拉加德共同主持了会议。东盟常驻代表委员会委员和东盟政治安全共同体副秘书长及其各自代表团也出席了会议。

ASEAN, India to advance partnership

JAKARTA, 31 March 2021 – ASEAN and India reaffirmed their commitment to advance their Strategic Partnership at the 21st ASEAN-India Joint Cooperation Committee Meeting held via videoconference today.

The meeting noted the overall progress in the implementation of the ASEAN-India Plan of Action (2016-2020). Both sides reiterated their commitment towards the full and effective implementation of the new Plan of Action for 2021-2025 to further strengthen and deepen ASEAN-India cooperation over the next five years.

As an effort to enhance the management and execution of the joint programmes/projects funded through ASEAN-India Fund (AIF) and the ASEAN-India Green Fund (AIGF), ASEAN and India agreed to establish an ASEAN-India Project Management Unit (AIPMU) and adopted  its Terms of Reference and members.

Both sides adopted the updated Rules of Procedures of the AIF and AIGF to improve the management and utilisation of the funds to finance joint programmes/projects.

ASEAN appreciated India’s contribution of USD 1 million to the COVID-19 ASEAN Response Fund. They also exchanged views on possible collaboration on Research and Development of COVID-19 diagnostics, vaccines, and treatment; health and pharmaceutical products; and post-pandemic economic recovery including on maintaining global supply chains.

The meeting also deliberated on a number of other initiatives for enhancing cooperation in various areas of mutual benefits, such as; transnational crime, maritime security, trade and investment, energy, finance, science and technology, and digital economy/4th Industrial Revolution.

Other areas of cooperation to enhance include; education, sustainable development, biodiversity, blue economy, smart cities, connectivity, Technical and Vocational Education Training (TVET), women empowerment, people-to-people contacts and narrowing development gap in ASEAN.

The Chargé d’Affaires of Thailand’s Permanent Mission to ASEAN Kittisak Klomchit and Ambassador-designate of India to ASEAN Jayant N Khobragade co-chaired the meeting. Members of the Committee of Permanent Representatives to ASEAN and the Deputy Secretary-General of ASEAN for Political- Security Community and their respective delegations were also in attendance.