During the meeting, wide-ranging discussions were held to further enhance and deepen the bilateral relations between the two countries. The two sides discussed projects relating to climate change, renewable energy, health, education, capacity building and infrastructure, the statement said.
Bhamre hailed the "wise-and-farsighted" leadership of Waqa and called India and Nauru as "friends, who have transcended the geographical barriers of great distances and have come together to jointly face the common challenges", it said.
The minister conveyed that India will be offering 22 Mahindra SUVs and two Tata buses worth USD 706,000 to the country, it added.
The central Pacific country will be hosting the 49th Pacific Islands Forum Leaders' meet in September this year.
In 2007, India had supplied one 16-seater mini van for the country's MPs, one eight-seater for its Parliament Speaker and two 30-seater buses for school children.
New Delhi has been increasing its interaction with the region. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had hosted the first Forum for India-Pacific Islands Cooperation (FIPIC-I) summit in Suva, Fiji, during his visit in November 2014, which saw the participation of 14 Pacific countries.
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