The governments of Indonesia and India on Monday agreed to cooperate on renewable energy, counter-terrorism and defense.
Indonesian Vice President Jusuf Kalla and his Indian counterpart Mohammad Hamid Ansari witnessed the signing of the agreement.
Ansari said through cooperation, the target of reducing carbon emission could be achieved.
“India and Indonesia are committed to trim carbon emission respectively by 35 percent and 29 percent by 2030,” Ansari said.
“We discussed the possibility to expand cooperation on defense and counter-terrorism,” the Indian vice president said.
Kalla said both nations agreed to boost two-way trade.