India, Portugal indication 11 pacts to increase bilateral ties

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By Press Trust Of India|Updated: 24th June 2017

Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Costa, right, consults with India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi after a joint declaration at the Necessidades Palace, the Portuguese Foreign Ministry in Lisbon, Portugal, Saturday June 24, 2017.( AP).
Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Costa, right, consults with India’s Prime Minister
Narendra Modi after a joint declaration at the Necessidades Palace, the Portuguese Foreign Ministry in Lisbon, Portugal, Saturday June 24, 2017.( AP).

LISBON: India and Portugal today revealed a 4 million euros joint fund to boost research study in science and innovation as Prime Minister Narendra Modi held extensive talks with his Portuguese equivalent on cooperation in locations like area, environment and counter-terrorism research studies.

In a joint address to the media after the finalizing of 11 bilateral arrangements, Modi and his equivalent Antonio Costa stated the 2 nations have actually made significant development in their relations in the previous 6 months.

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The contracts signed consisted of cooperation in deep space, double tax avoidance, nano innovation, enhancing cultural ties, youth and sports, college and clinical research study, and Portugal-India service center and Indian Chamber of Commerce.

” We held extensive conversations today. The Portuguese financial rebound and strong Indian development deal exceptional chances for us to grow together,” Modi, the very first India prime minister in Portugal on a bilateral check out, stated.

Speaking on bilateral cooperation in advanced innovation, Modi likewise revealed the establishing of a joint science and innovation fund of 4 million euros.

” Our financial ties continue to follow an upward trajectory, and we can do more for the circulation of products, services, capital and personnels,” he stated.

” We are likewise identified to deepen our cooperation versus terrorism and violent extremism,” he thanked and stated Lisbon for its “constant assistance” for India’s long-term subscription of the UN Security Council and multilateral export control routines.

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