India, EU ink civil nuclear pact


Sandeep Dikshit

Tribune News Service

New Delhi, July 14

Terrorism on agenda

  • EU and India are engaged on an settlement between Europol and the CBI to fight organised crime and terrorism in the course of the summit starting Wednesday. The different key areas are synthetic intelligence, digital area, safety and commerce.

India and the European Union at the moment signed a civil nuclear settlement to set the stage for the India-EU digital summit on Wednesday.

The summit, to be co-chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, European Council President Charles Michel and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, will unveil a joint roadmap for cooperation.

As Covid instances have risen in India, which can also be an important hyperlink within the world pharmaceutical provide chain, each points shall be mentioned on the summit, EU officers say.

Revealing that India had submitted an bold challenge to boost India-EU connectivity, they stated the opposite key areas are synthetic intelligence, digital area, safety, local weather, atmosphere and commerce and funding. The two sides will even resume their dialogue on human rights.



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