India and the EU also exchanged views on the COVID-19 pandemic and the best way to work together to address its economic, social and personal impacts, the Indian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MEA) said in a statement. rice field.
After the May 8, 2021 India-EU Summit provided a clear path for further deepening relations between India and the EU, the conference said, “India-EU Strategic Partnership: Until 2025. Roadmap, MEA said.
India and the EU yesterday discussed steps to put into operation the mutual decision to resume negotiations on trade agreements and begin discussions on independent investment protection agreements. At the 3rd India-EU Strategic Partnership Review Conference in Brussels, both sides discussed the start of negotiations on a separate agreement on geographical indications.
It said the discussion focused specifically on cooperation in addressing the challenges of climate change, biodiversity loss and pollution and contributing to the success of the upcoming Climate COP26.
India and the EU are also the next steps to put into practice the decision of Indian and EU leaders to resume negotiations on a “balanced, ambitious, comprehensive and mutually beneficial trade agreement”. We talked about it, MEA said.
They talked about initiating negotiations on an independent investment protection agreement and another agreement on geographical indications, it said.
Both sides also discussed the next steps in implementing the India-EU connectivity partnership agreed at the May 2021 summit.
India and the EU further discussed ways to further collaborate in the areas of research, technology and digital transformation, and the ongoing implementation of a common agenda on migration and mobility, the statement said.
The MEA recalled the successful 9th India-EU Human Rights Dialogue in April 2021 and said India and the EU were looking forward to the next edition of the 2022 Dialogue.
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India, EU discuss steps to resume negotiations for trade agreement
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