- Voicing grave concern over rising trend of extremism and terrorism worldwide, India and Kyrgyzstan signed four agreements including one to boost defence cooperation and hold annual joint military exercises.
- The two countries also agreed to expeditiously consider signing an agreement on combating international terrorism and other crimes.
- The agreements include two MoUs signed for cooperation between the Election Commissions of the two countries and on cooperation in the sphere of Standards.
- Both countries have decided to hold joint military exercises on an annual basis.
- The defence agreement signed is aimed at deepening bilateral cooperation in defence, security, military education and training.