India and Germany inked twelve memoranda of understanding and agreements following bilateral delegation-level talks presided over by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Germany Chancellor Angela Merkel.
The agreements inked included nine joint declarations of intent (JDIs) and three memoranda of understanding. The agreements include collaboration in the field of digitalization, skill development, and cooperation in cyber policy.
Besides, the two nations also agreed to resume the free trade talks between India and the European Union. The agreements were inked during Prime Minister Narendra Modi visit to Germany (from 29 to 30 May 2017). At present, PM Modi is on a four-nation tour, namely Germany, Spain, Russia and France.
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Source- The Hindu