"I requested early ratification by Indonesia of the Extradition Treaty and Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty," Singh said after talks with President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono.
As part of efforts to intensify political exchanges and to implement bilateral initiatives, Singh said that the two leaders had directed officials to "evolve a comprehensive action plan for meaningful and mutually beneficial security cooperation".
The two sides resolved to boost cooperation in combating terrorism, terrorist financing, arms smuggling, organized crime, money laundering, drug and human trafficking, counterfeiting and cyber crime.
The leaders agreed to enhance liaison between intelligence and law enforcement agencies of both countries and to provide each other with assistance to fight terror and organized crime, a joint statement said. They also directed relevant agencies to launch a dialogue on cyber security issues.
Memorandums of Understanding on cooperation in disaster management and combating narcotics trafficking signed today would give "more substance to our growing security cooperation", Singh said.
Singh, who arrived in Jakarta on Thursday after attending the ASEAN summit in Brunei, described Indonesia as "one of India’s most valued partners in our Look East Policy".
Yudhoyono and Singh identified five specific sectors to deepen the bilateral Strategic Partnership - political, security, economic, people-to-people and international issues.


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