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India and Portugal have signed 11 pacts in counter-terrorism, space and climate studies areas at the first bilateral visit of Indian Prime Minister to Portugal. Portugal has support India for getting permanent membership of UNSC and Multilateral Export Control Regime.

Key Facts

  • Under this agreements India and Portugal will jointly setup Science and Technology fund of four million euros.
  • Both countries have sign agreement on creation of an India Portugal Space Alliance for advancing collaborative research which will promote India’s science and technology partnership with Portugal.
  • Atlantic International Research Centre will be also going to set up at the Azores Archipelago to provide a shared environment for supporting new climate, earth, space and marine research and which will act as a research, innovation and knowledge hub for tratrans-Atlantic and north-south cooperation.
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Image of India Signed 11 Agreement with Portugal

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  • Both the countries have signed many different MoU in the areas of cooperation in outer space, double taxation avoidance, nano technology, improving cultural ties, youth and sports, higher education and scientific research, and Portugal-India business hub and Indian Chamber of Commerce and they are:

    • Protocol amending the Double Taxation Aviodance Agreement
    • MoU on Nano Technology
    • MoU on Public Administration & Governance Reforms
    • MoU on Cultural Cooperation
    • MoU on Youth & Sports
    • MoU between Portugal India Business Hub & Indian Chamber of Commerce
    • MoU on Cooperation in the fields of Higher Education and Scientific Research
    • MoU on Biotechnology
    • MoU on Collaborative Research
    • MoU between Portugal India Business Hub & AICE

- Published/Last Modified on: July 4, 2017

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