28 April, 2017
Armenia stated that how it had provided voluntary support for India at global forums that also include the United Nations (UN).
The NSG is dedicated to curbing nuclear arms proliferation by controlling the export and re-transfer of materials that could foster nuclear weapons development of which Poland is a member.
India and Armenia on Tuesday signed three agreements after Vice President Hamid Ansari held a bilateral meeting with Armenian Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan in Yerevan.More news: Vinyl music gives record stores a boost in a digital world
The agreement was signed by Minister of State of Small Industries Giriraj Singh and Polish Agriculture Minister Krzystof Jurgiel in presence of Ansari and Syzdlo. The new policy initiatives taken by the Union government, such as Make in India, Skill India and Digital India schemes, present new business opportunities for Polish companies in areas such as defence, food processing, coal and mining, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, bio-technology and renewable energy. Hamid Ansari has said that the countries that have invested in educating their populations, built strong consumer economies, and have democratic institutions that can deal with social change will benefit. "We are obliged to adopt the universal values", he added. It aims to strengthen bilateral scientific and technological cooperation in the field of agriculture. Indian investments in Poland amount to around $3 billion and Polish investments in India are of about $600 million. India sees Poland as an important emerging economic partner, not just in Europe but in the world.
There also talks on enhancing space cooperation between the two nations, in which satellite, remote sensing data and training of scientists are some of the vital aspects.