Indonesia's top minister and an ulema will attend a symposium on religious cooperation at NSA Doval's invitation.

Indonesian minister Mohammed Mahfud MD will be in Delhi next week . He will be joined by a high-level group of Ulema from Indonesia .

New Delhi, India, November 24: Dr Mohammed Mahfud MD, the top Indonesian minister, will be in Delhi next week, as requested by National Security Advisor Ajit Doval.On November 28, he will be joined by a high-level group of Ulema from Indonesia who will be meeting with their Indian counterparts.The role of Ulema in fostering a culture of interfaith peace and social harmony in India and Indonesia will be discussed.According to a report, Ulema play a crucial role in Islamic society, and the aim of such talks is to bring together Indian and Indonesian Ulema and scholars who can work together to improve tolerance, harmony, and peaceful coexistence while simultaneously battling violent extremism and radicalization.

It has been announced that NSA Doval will make opening and closing remarks, as well as a joint statement at the end of the visit.Indonesia has the world's largest Muslim population, while India is home to the second-largest number of Muslims in the world.In March this year, NSA Doval visited Indonesia for the second Indo-Indonesia security dialogue.Minister Mehfud was then invited to India by the NSA.

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