15 accords signed between India, Brazil to deepen ties across sectors
15 accords have signed between India and Brazil in an effort to forge closer ties between the two emerging market giants across sectors, primarily defence, as tweeted by both countries on Saturday.
India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro took to their social media to announce the closer cooperation and agreements which were struck during Bolsonaro’s official India visit.
Bolsonaro took to his Twitter to announce that agreements in infrastructure, health, justice, science and technology, oil exploration, agriculture, culture and tourism have been signed. He also added that global confidence in Brazil is back.
Modi tweeted out saying that the two countries are focusing on expanding defence sector cooperation considering their shared synergy on issues like the environment and the fight against terrorism.
Brazilian foreign minister Ernesto Araujo tweeted that 15 accords signed by the two countries represent a move against the globalist thought structures and rising to be a great among the greats.
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