India And Germany Tied With Signing Of 17 Mous Along With 5 Joint DeclarationsNovember 02, 2019 11:31
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The Indian and Germany government has signed 17 agreements in the varying fields of agriculture, maritime technology, yoga, Ayurveda, etc. among the several. The same was stated by the external affairs ministry.
In the statement, it further clarified that there have been exchange of five joint declarations of intent which has also been exchanged between the two nations. Some of the highlights in the same included the cooperation on strategic projects, development of artificial intelligence, partnership for green urban mobility along with better cooperation in the field of marine litter.
Angela Markel, who is the German Chancellor, came to India on a two-day visit and stated saying that these agreements between the countries are propelling ahead in the era of new and advanced technology.
She further stated saying, “We will be happy to engage in big infrastructure projects which India is envisaging.”
The agreements have also been signed to further establish as well as expand the scientific as well as the technological research cooperation, and the academic collaboration involved with ayurveda and yoga and meditation.
Another MoU has also been signed in the field of occupational diseases, rehabilitation as well as the vocational training of the insured people and the workers with disabilities.
Another one of the pacts was signed for cooperation in inland, coastal as well as the maritime technology, it further clarified.
According to the statement issued, some of the other agreements included, “Other agreements signed between the two countries include collaboration in agricultural technical and professional training, cooperation between the National Museum, the National Gallery of Modern Art, the Indian Museum,Kolkata, the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation and the Stiftung Humboldt Forum in Berliner Schloss and between All India Football Federation (AIFF) and Deutscher Fußball-Bund e.V (DFB).”