India and Finland have agreed to discover cooperation in new areas like startups, well being and prescribed drugs, area and vocational training, the Ministry of Exterior Affairs (MEA) mentioned on Wednesday. The 2 sides additionally carried out a complete assessment of their bilateral ties on the eleventh India-Finland overseas workplace consultations that befell in Helsinki on Tuesday, the MEA mentioned.
It mentioned either side exchanged views on regional and international problems with mutual curiosity together with Afghanistan, Indo-Pacific, India-EU partnership, cooperation within the Arctic and Antarctic areas and COP-26. ”Either side agreed to reinforce cooperation throughout their phrases at UN Human Rights Council (2022-2024), and in different multilateral fora,” the MEA mentioned in an announcement.
The progress made in bilateral cooperation because the digital summit between held between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Finnish Sanna Marin in March was additionally reviewed within the assembly. The MEA mentioned the overseas workplace consultations offered a chance to debate your entire gamut of bilateral relations, together with additional strengthening of partnership in areas corresponding to commerce and funding, training, synthetic intelligence, quantum computing, round financial system and renewable vitality.
”Either side reviewed the progress made because the digital summit and in addition agreed to discover cooperation in new areas like vocational training, area, startups, well being and prescribed drugs,” the MEA mentioned. The Indian delegation on the talks was led by Reenat Sandhu, Secretary (West) within the MEA whereas the Finnish workforce was headed by Matti Anttonen, Everlasting Secretary within the ministry of overseas affairs.
”India and Finland share heat and pleasant relations underpinned by frequent values of democracy, freedom, rule of regulation and respect for human rights,” the MEA mentioned.