Tunisia and India sign MoU on creation of ICT innovation centre

Tunisia and India, on Wednesday, signed a memorandum of understanding on the creation of a Tunisian-Indian centre for innovation in information and communication technologies in Tunisia

The memorandum was signed after a meeting between acting Minister of Foreign Affairs Sabri Bachtobji and Indian Minister of External Affairs Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, said a statement by the Foreign Affairs Department.

The meeting discussed “the different aspects of bilateral and multilateral cooperation as well as several issues of regional and international issues of common interest,” the statement added.

Both ministers highlighted the need to continue consultations to ensure the success of the next India-Africa Summit, scheduled for September 2020 in New Delhi.

They commended “the development of the Tunisian-Indian relations which have been strengthened through exchanging visits by senior officials and organising regular sessions of the Joint Commission,” said the statement.

Emphasis was placed on the need to prepare for the 13th session of the Tunisian-Indian Joint Commission and bolster cooperation in the fields of information and communication technology, scientific research and agriculture.

See all the news Back

Newsletter Subscription

No form to show