List of Agreements with Organization and India in 2021

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In 2021, India signed several significant agreements with different organizations across the world. From technology to trade, these agreements aim to strengthen India`s global position and improve its economy. In this article, we will take a closer look at some of the most notable agreements signed by India in 2021.

1. India-Sweden Healthcare Innovation Centre

On January 18th, India signed an MoU with the Swedish Government to establish the India-Sweden Healthcare Innovation Centre. This centre will focus on bringing together academics, healthcare professionals, and businesses from both countries to work on various healthcare initiatives such as telemedicine, health data analytics, and point-of-care diagnostics.

2. India-Australia Joint Working Group on Cyber Security Cooperation

On February 17th, India and Australia signed an MoU to establish a Joint Working Group on Cyber Security Cooperation. The group aims to enhance cooperation between the two countries in areas such as capacity building, research, and development of new cyber security technology.

3. India-European Union Connectivity Partnership

On May 8th, India and the European Union signed a Connectivity Partnership, which aims to boost economic growth and create jobs by improving connectivity between India and the EU. This partnership will focus on developing sustainable and resilient connectivity in various areas such as transport, energy, and digital services.

4. India-United States Climate and Clean Energy Agenda

On April 22nd, India and the United States announced their joint efforts to combat climate change by launching the India-United States Climate and Clean Energy Agenda 2030 Partnership. This agenda aims to promote clean energy, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and enhance the resilience of vulnerable communities to the impacts of climate change.

5. India-United Kingdom Enhanced Trade Partnership

On May 4th, India and the United Kingdom signed an Enhanced Trade Partnership (ETP) to boost trade and investment between the two countries. The ETP aims to remove barriers to trade by increasing market access and improving regulatory cooperation in various sectors such as food and drink, life sciences, and healthcare.

In conclusion, India`s agreements with different organizations in 2021 demonstrate its commitment to enhancing its global position and improving its economy. These agreements provide opportunities for cooperation and development in various sectors such as healthcare, cyber security, climate change, and trade. As India continues to strengthen its ties with other countries, it is likely to become an increasingly influential player on the global stage.