Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi will visit Japan from July 22-27, following an invitation from Tokyo. Modi's visit will 'further strengthen the ties between Gujarat and Japan in the context of the global strategic partnership which Japan and India enjoy', the Japanese embassy said.
US President Barack Obama and Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh have agreed to work together for strengthening the 'resilience of the global economy' to deal with the Eurozone shocks and boost global growth.
Amid mounting Western pressure, India has underlined that unilateral sanctions should not impact upon its 'legitimate trade interests' with Iran, as Tehran urged New Delhi to hike its crude oil purchases. Barely a month before the US and EU sanctions against Tehran become operational, India described Iran as 'a key country' for its energy needs.
A new initiative to strengthen investment links between established Indian companies and British small and medium enterprises (SMEs) focused on technology was launched on April 2 in New Delhi.
With the eurozone crisis threatening the continent's economy and putting its own in a downswing, Spain is looking at India for some support and solutions. This was conveyed by Spanish Basque Country chief minister Francisco Javier Lopez Alvarez.
The two countries agree to revamp the presence of India in the Baghdad International Trade Fair.