New Delhi [India], Feb 27 (ANI): India and Jordan will be exchanging notes and experiences in tackling terrorism and de-radicalization, during the three-day visit of Jordanian King Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein to India, which begins today.
Security dialogue between the two countries was also held in July 2016.
Sources suggest that New Delhi is keen to learn from Jordan's experience of handling Syrian migration crisis and tackling ISIS, and is looking forward for synergy in this field.
India and Jordan have so far shared strong trading and business ties. Taking advantage of Jordan's strategic location and free trade agreements with United States, Europe and Gulf, Indian businesses have set up units in Jordan.
Cooperation in the field of defence and security will be a new area that both countries are keen to explore.
A special address on Islamic heritage and promoting moderation is also one of the major highlights of Jordanian king's visit.
According to Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), during this visit, "the two sides will discuss the entire gamut of bilateral relations as well as regional and international issues of mutual interest". (ANI)