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INDIA, FINLAND JOIN HANDS FOR IT, MOBILE TECHNOLOGY

Highlights
• The two leaders also announced a sustainability partnership involving renewable and clean energy, circular economy and sustainable mobility said the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA)
• India and Finland also announced a high-level dialogue between the education ministries of two countries for the expansion of cooperation in the region


The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi along with his Finnish counterpart Sanna Marin on Tuesday made an announcement regarding a digital partnership of two countries in the field of information and communications technology, future mobile technologies and digital education. This announcement was made at a virtual summit.
The two leaders also announced a sustainability partnership involving renewable and clean energy, circular economy and sustainable mobility said the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA).
The MeA further said that the two top leaders also reaffirmed their strong commitment towards multilateralism, a file which is based international order and for working towards sustainable development goals and combating climate change.
India and Finland also announced a high-level dialogue between the education ministries of two countries for the expansion of cooperation in the region.
Neeta Bhushan, Joint Secretary, Central Europe division in the MEA said “Both sides noted the growing importance of Africa and referred to their efforts to enhance cooperation in Africa.”
Bhushan further said that the virtual summit will help in carrying forward the momentum of the multi-faceted bilateral ties.
Talking to the media, she said “The two leaders expressed satisfaction and confidence that the areas of cooperation under India-Finland partnership will continue to deepen and gain further strength.”
Starting the summit, Prime Minister Modi said India has taken care of needs of the world together with its domestic struggle during the times of COVID-19 pandemic and that more than 58 million made in India coronavirus vaccine doses reached about 70 countries in the recent weeks.

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