Highlights

New Delhi, India-European Union 15th Summit was held through video conferencing. The 15th summit aims to strengthen ties between India and EU.

PM Modi addressed the summit.

During the Summit, India and EU agreed to boost their ties in defence, trade and investment sector. Both countries agreed to launch a dialogue on maritime security.

The India-EU 14th Summit was held in New Delhi in 2017.

A Roadmap to 2025

The Roadmap to 2025 year was created during the India-European Union 15th Summit. The 2025 roadmap does not give rise to any financial commitments and does not create any legally binding rights or obligations.

Key Takeaways

The leaders at the bilateral summit decided to strengthen India-European Union strategic partnership. They affirmed their determination to promote multilateralism with UN and World Trade Organization (Geneva, Switzerland).

EU is looking forward to India’s Presidency of G20 (Group of Twenty) international forum in 2022.

Clean Energy and Climate Partnership

India and European Union discussed the ongoing cooperation under the “Clean Energy and Climate Partnership” coming years.

Bilateral Cooperation

They also reinforced their cooperation in International Solar Alliance (Gurugram, India), International Platform on Sustainable Finance (IPSF). Both platforms will help in environmentally sustainable investments and greenhouse gas emissions.

International Conference on Chemical Management

The conference will be held in Bonn (City in Germany) in 2021. Countries leaders supported the ambitious mandate for an international chemical and waste management (ICCM) framework far away 2020.

India-EURATOM Agreement

Both leaders at the summit welcomed the signing of India-EURATOM agreement (European Atomic Energy Community) on research and development in nuclear energy.

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