Indian PM Narendra Modi met his Singaporean counterpart Lee Hsien Loong on the sidelines of the G20 Summit in New Delhi when they discussed the bilateral relationship between the two countries.
After the meeting, Modi tweeted: "Lovely to interact with PM @LeeHsienLoong. India and Singapore will continue to deepen our bilateral relations for the betterment of our people."
The Singaporean Prime Minister arrived in India for the G20 meeting in the national capital on Friday.
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The G20 members unanimously adopted the Delhi Declaration, which called on nations to uphold territorial integrity and international humanitarian law to safeguard peace and stability.
"We call on all states to uphold the principles of international law including territorial integrity and sovereignty, international humanitarian law, and the multilateral system that safeguards peace and stability," the declaration said.
According to the Declaration, the leaders endorsed the three high-level principles to fight against corruption - strengthening law enforcement-related international cooperation and information sharing for combating corruption, strengthening asset recovery mechanisms for combating corruption and promoting integrity and effectiveness of public bodies and authorities responsible for preventing and combating corruption.