Reviewing with satisfaction both sides reiterated that the friendship between Pakistan and China has withstood , notwithstanding the changes in domestic, regional and international environments.
Leaders agreed to a Shared Vision for Maritime Cooperation in the Indo-Pacific region to harness the opportunities and to meet the challenges together
To enhance the two countries’ strategic partnership, the Leaders agreed to hold Annual Summit meetings, including on the margins of multilateral events.
Indian Naval Ships Satpura and Kadmatt visiting Sasebo, Japan to strengthen strong relationship between Japan and India.
UN Peacekeeping Course, training cooperation between Indian Armed Forces and Myanmar Armed Forces commenced at Nay Pyi Taw.
Admiral Sunil Lanba,Chief of the Naval Staff on official tour to Singapore to attend Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN) 50 International Maritime Review commemorating 50 years of RSN.
India's Defence Minister outlined key global challenges unpredictability of relations of big powers, terrorism, maritime security amongst others while Addressing 6th Moscow Conference on International Security in Moscow.
Shri Arun Jaitley attended 6th Moscow Conference on International Security spoke at plenary session, had warm and productive meeting with his Russian counterpart Mr. Sergei Shoigu.
China's State Council Information Office on Wednesday issued a white paper on China's policies on Asia-Pacific security cooperation.
The President of Republic of Indonesia H. E. Mr. Joko Widodo paid a State visit to India from 11 to 13 December 2016 at the invitation of Prime Minister of Republic of India H.E. Shri Narendra Modi
Rear Admiral Abdullah Bin Khasim Bin Abdullah Al Raisi, Commander of the Royal Navy of Oman is on an official visit to India.
Joint Statement on the 14th India-Russia Annual Summit: Deepening the Strategic Partnership for Global Peace and Stability
France Emerging as Third Pole In Defence Co-Operation with India
The Prime Minister Mr Manmohan Singh’s address to the Combined Commanders Conference in New Delhi indicated the likely trajectory of India ’s future defence policy. The key policy shift appears to be in the role of the Armed Forces. Restricted to external security and other conventional purposes so far, the new policy appears to support growing strategic partnerships and provide greater policy choices as well as improve prospects of development. The major issues and trends covered are summarized as given below. Comments have been given in brackets.

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