Agreements of India-Japan Annual Summit 2018 : All You Need To Know
Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi visited Japan on October 28-29, 2018 for the India-Japan Annual Summit with Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe. During the visit, recognizing the unparalleled potential for development of relations between the two countries, Prime Minister Modi and Prime Minister Abe reviewed the significant milestones achieved over the last four years and outlined the following shared vision for the future of India-Japan relations:
1. Implementing arrangement for deeper co-operation between Japan Maritime Self-Defence Force and Indian Navy for greater cooperation and exchange of information in Maritime domain.
2. MoC (Memorandum of Co-operation) between Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology and Ministry of Economy, Trade & Industry on Japan-India Digital Partnership to encourage and develop cooperation on Artificial Intelligence technologies.
3. MoC between Ministry of Health and Family Welfare to establish a mechanism to identify potential areas for collaboration between India and Japan in common domains of primary healthcare, prevention of non-communicable diseases.
4. MoU on Food Safety for furthering cooperation between the the agencies from India and Japan in area of food safety.
5. The Program for Promoting Investment into India by Japan to promote development of agricultural value chain and fisheries, including aquaculture, by improving the investment environment for Japanese companies.
6. Agreement for Cooperation between Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) to establish research partnership between Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), India and Institute of Innovative Research, Tokyo Institute of Technology (TIT).
7. MoC between India and Japan in the field of Environment Cooperation to promote greater cooperation for protection and improvement of environment.
8. MoU between Sports Authority to strengthen cooperation in the field of sports development and excellence through joint programmes.