5.9. Strengthen cooperation to improve infrastructure development in the region by promoting sustainable infrastructure investment through public and private partnerships and other ways of mobilizing private sector investment; 1.6.2. explore possible new areas of cooperation, such as combating wildlife trafficking, trafficking in hazardous substances, including chemicals, waste, radioactive materials and nuclear materials, in accordance with existing regional and international institutions and agreements; 1.6.4. Strengthen cooperation in the fight against international terrorism, including the joint ASEAN-India Declaration on Combating International Terrorism, signed in Bali, Indonesia on 8 October 2003, and as part of the ARF`s work plan on combating terrorism and transnational crime; 1.1.2. deepen ASEAN-India consultations and cooperation in ASEAN-led forums, such as the East Asia Summit (EAS), the ASEAN Ministerial Conference (PMC-1) with India (PMC-1), the ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF), the Ministers` Meeting ASEAN Defence Plus (ADMM-Plus), the meeting of senior ASEAN officials and the ASEAN Joint Cooperation Committee (2.4.3. closer cooperation to improve transport infrastructure , transport networks and transport, including air, sea, road, rail and multi-modal transport, in accordance with the ASEAN Heads of State and Government Statement on CONNECTIVITy adopted at the 15th ASEAN Summit on 24 October 2009 in Cha-Hua, Thailand; For example, according to the Delhi Declaration, economic opportunities can be improved through improved transport links. “I hope that the ASEAN-India air transport agreement and the ASEAN-India maritime transport agreement can be concluded quickly,” he added. 1.6.1. Promote cooperation to prevent and combat cross-border crimes such as terrorism and the financing of terrorism, human trafficking, drug trafficking, human trafficking, money laundering, arms smuggling, maritime piracy, cybercrime and international economic crime, using existing regional and international institutions and agreements; 2.6.4. Strengthen cooperation and capacity building in the areas of information security and cybersecurity, cyber legislation and legislation, joint research and development activities in the field of interactive digital media; 1.6.3. Continues to hold regular consultations between senior officials on cross-border crime (SOMTC) and India to further strengthen cooperation in the fight against cross-border crime; 2.2.1. consider strengthening cooperation to improve financial infrastructure development and capital market development to promote sustainable growth; 2.6.1. Improving cooperation in the field of information and communication technologies (ICT), as well as the exchange of best practices in policy, regulation and technological development, including through existing high-level meetings between ASEAN and India on ICT; 3.4.1.
Focus on closer cooperation on education exchange and knowledge exchange, with a focus on women and children; 2.1.4. the implementation of capacity-building programmes, workshops and seminars that support the ASEAN-India Free Trade Agreement, Rules of Origin (ROO), service liberalization, regulatory aspects of e-commerce, removal of non-tariff barriers, competition policy and intellectual property rights, cooperation and promotion of SMEs; With an increasing emphasis on the oceans as suppliers of raw materials, biodiversity reservoirs, world trade highways and the limits of scientific research, maritime cooperation is increasingly important in the general section of ASEAN-India cooperation.