President Ram Nath Kovind has concluded the his visit to Chile, the last leg of her three nation visit to Bolivia, Croatia and Chile.
He will be reaching New Delhi on Thursday after a transit visit to South Africa.
Earlier on Monday, the President discussed wide ranging issues of mutual interest with his Chilean counterpart Sebastian Pinera as the two sides signed three MoUs in the fields of mining, culture and disability.
India offered training slots to Chilean armed forces in the premier defence institutions including for courses in mountain warfare and peacekeeping.
The two countries also agreed to explore opportunities for other cooperation in the defence sector.
The President welcomed Chile’s decision to allow visa-free entry to Indian nationals holding a valid US visa, saying the step would promote both cultural and business ties between the two countries.