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May 13, 2021

Minister Corlatean pays official visit to India

The minister of Foreign Affairs, Titus Corlatean will pay an official visit to India on March 7-8, upon the invitation of his counterpart Salman Khurshid. According to MAE, on this occasion the two chiefs of diplomacy will sign ‘The joint statement on establishing an Extended Partnership between Romania and India.’ “The signing of the joint Statement represents a confirmation of the interest of the two states for consolidating the bilateral relations and creates the conditions necessary for deepening the cooperation in the following sectors: economy, commerce, defence, culture, science and technology, higher education, research, nuclear energy for civil purposes, space and agriculture,” reads the MAE communiqué. The two dignitaries will also sign the Accord for the avoidance of double taxation and on preventing tax evasion with regard to incomes taxes. The agenda of bilateral talks includes political dialogue and economic cooperation in sectors of common interest, the relations between India and the EU, and other actual topics of the international agenda: fighting terrorism, the regional context in Europe and Asia, the situation of the Middle East, mentions the source.

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