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Singapore's Deputy PM to arrive in India for 5-day official visit on Sep 17

He will be accompanied by officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Finance, Channel News Asia reported

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Lawrence Wong
Lawrence Wong (Photo: Bloomberg)

Singapore's Deputy Prime Minister Lawrence Wong will arrive in on Saturday on a five-day official visit to deepen the existing cooperation and identify opportunities for mutually beneficial collaboration in new and emerging areas, the Prime Minister's Office here said on Friday.

This will be Wong's first official visit to the country in his capacity as the Deputy Prime Minister of .

He will participate in the inaugural India- Ministerial Roundtable (ISMR) in on Saturday, the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) said in a statement.

The ISMR is a new ministerial platform between the two countries, seeking to "deepen existing cooperation and identify opportunities for mutually-beneficial collaboration in new and emerging areas", it said.

Wong, who is also the Finance Minister, will attend the ISMR with Singapore's Minister for Foreign Affairs Vivian Balakrishnan, Minister for Trade and Industry Gan Kim Yong and Minister for Transport and Minister-in-charge of Trade Relations S Iswaran.

He will also meet senior Indian leaders and personalities, the PMO said.

On Sunday, Wong will travel to Gujarat, where he will meet Chief Minister Bhupendrabhai Patel and visit Gujarat International Finance City.

He will be accompanied by officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Finance, Channel News Asia reported.

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First Published: Fri, September 16 2022. 18:19 IST