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India, China sign border cooperation agreement

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India, China sign border cooperation agreement
India, China sign border cooperation agreement

Beijing – India and China today signed an agreement on border defence cooperation and several other pacts to focus on growth and strengthening of relationship between the two sides.

The agreement on border defence cooperation was signed by Defence Secretary R.K. Mathur and Lt. Gen. Sun Jianguo, Deputy Chief of General Staff, PLA. This agreement is an additional confidence building measure to ensure peace and tranquility on the border.

The two sides signed an MoU on Nalanda University, which was signed by Foreign Secretary Sujata Singh and Wei Wei, Ambassador of China to India. This MoU is aimed at cooperation on Nalanda as part of East Asia Summit process.

India and China signed an MoU to strengthen cooperation on Trans-Border Rivers. The MoU, which was signed by Ambassador of India to China Dr. S. Jaishankar and Chen Lei, Minister, Ministry of Water Resources, provides for expanded cooperation on trans-border rivers.

The two nations entered into an agreement for Cultural Exchange Programme 2013-15, which was signed by Ambassador of India to China Dr. S. Jaishankar and Yang Zhijin, Vice Minister, Ministry of Culture. This agreement is a listing of cultural exchanges till 2015.

India and China also signed an MoU on cooperation in Road Transport and Highways. This MoU, which was signed by Ambassador of India to China Dr. S. Jaishankar and Yang Chuantong, Minister, Ministry of Transport, is aimed at enabling agreement for cooperation in the roads sector.

The two nations signed an MoU on Power Equipment Service Centres in India. This MoU, which was signed by Ambassador of India to China Dr. S. Jaishankar and
Wu Xinxiong, Administrator, National Energy Administration. The MoU provides for establishment in India of Chinese power equipment service centres.

India and China signed an agreement between Delhi-Beijing on Establishment of Sister City Relationship. The agreement, which was signed by Ambassador of India to China Dr. S. Jaishankar and Li Shixiang, Vice Mayor, Beijing Municipality, establishes sister city relations between Delhi and Beijing

The two sides signed an agreement between Bengaluru – Chengdu on Establishment of Sister City Relationship. The agreement, which was signed by Ambassador of India to China Dr. S. Jaishankar and Ge Honglin, Mayor of Chengdu, establishes sister city relations between Bengaluru and Chengdu.

India and China also signed an agreement between Kolkata – Kunming on Establishment of Sister City Relationship. The agreement, which was signed by Ambassador of India to China Dr. S. Jaishankar and Li Wenrong, Mayor of Kunming, establishes sister city relations between Kolkata and Kunming.

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