India Agreement With Other Countries 2019
Regionally, India is part of SAARC and BIMSTEC. India has participated in several UN peacekeeping operations and is the fifth largest troop troop provider since June 2020.  India, along with the other G4 countries, currently aspires to a permanent seat on the UN Security Council . Overall, India`s experience in trading with its major FHA partners, with the exception of SAFTA, has not been very encouraging. While India has increased significantly in terms of exports from its free trade agreement with SAFTA countries, CEPA with Korea and THE ECSC with ASEAN have been more beneficial to these economies. However, in the case of CEPA with Japan, bilateral trade declined or stagnated after the first year of implementation, but the trade deficit with that country also increased significantly. In addition to a number of domestic factors that have hampered the competitiveness of Indian exports and prevented India from using preferential market access in these partner countries, a number of issues related to free trade agreements are causing a less favourable development of India`s trade relations with ASEAN, Korea and Japan. These problems include erroneous obligations, stricter rules of origin, a lack of awareness of free trade agreements and high compliance costs. It is therefore important that India does not remain satisfied with the opening of a revision of the India-ASEAN Free Trade Agreement, but also assesses the existing provisions of the CEPs with Korea and Japan to make them more pro-trade and business-friendly.
However, it is equally important that India at the same time take all necessary measures to remove the obstacles that impede the overall competitiveness of exports in the country. Cordial relations between the two countries date back to 48 AD, when Queen Suro or Princess Heo of the Kingdom of Ayodhya visited Korea.  After the Samguk Yusa, the princess dreamed of a heavenly king waiting for the anointed journey from heaven. After dreaming, Princess Heo asked her parents, the king and queen for permission to call each other and look for the man, which the king and queen pushed by believing that God orchestrated all fate.  After the authorization, she left on a boat, with gold, silver, a tea plant, and a stone that soothed the water.  Archaeologists have discovered a stone with two kissing fish, a symbol of the unique gay kingdom for the Mishra royal family in Ayodhya, India. During a conversation with Vice Admiral Swaraj Prakash, Gorshkov asked the Vice Admiral, “Were you worried about a fight against the American carrier?” He himself replied, “Well, you had no reason to worry, because I had a Soviet nuclear submarine that followed the U.S. task force to the Indian Ocean.”  Since the 1990s, the two nations have taken steps to improve relations. . . .