The Indian Ocean Commission (IOC) group has approved India’s application for observer state in the group. The decision was taken at the meeting of the IOC Conference of ministers in Seychelles on March 6, 2020 making India the fifth observer. With this decision, India will join China, which was made an observer in 2016, as well as the “International Organisation of the Francophonie” or the 54-nation French-speaking collective, the European Union (EU) and Malta, which were all admitted in 2017.
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