India, Sweden to discuss ways to strengthen bilateral relations in various fields – India News

India, Sweden to discuss ways to strengthen bilateral relations in various fields – India News

India and Sweden on Friday will discuss ways to deepen bilateral relations covering various sectors including Innovation, India Unlimited, the joint body of the Embassy of India at Sweden and Sweden-India Business Council.

The discussion will be part of ‘India Sweden Innovation Day 2020’ based on ‘The New Normal Day’ – an event that will be held in India in unlimited collaboration with the Embassy of Sweden, Sweden India Business Council and Confederation of Indian Industry. (CII) on 27 November 2020.

India Unlimited said in a statement that the one-day virtual event will focus on the role of public-private partnerships in the Sweden development of India in the new normal, again.

“The event aims to deepen cooperation between the governments of Sweden and India in the field of innovation through a strategic innovation partnership and to meet global challenges such as sustainable development, healthcare, and promoting prosperity.” One is based on mutual commitment. “It said.

According to the statement, more than 500 participants will take part in the event. It will bring together stakeholders from governments to other key organizations to talk about energy partnerships, safe transportation, innovation cooperation, sustainable business models, civil and cyber security, healthcare technologies, skills and tech start-ups.

Sweden’s Ambassador to India Klaas Molin said in the statement, “Since Prime Minister Modi’s visit to Sweden in 2018, the innovation partnership has become the core of our relationship and has gained strength, eg all our areas of cooperation for health There is a common thread going on. , Road safety, sustainable technology. India is a better innovation partner because we are building better.

Sanju Malhotra, CEO India Unlimited said, “Kovid-19 has been the biggest disruption in recent history. Innovation is the key to solving some complex challenges worldwide. This decade will be governed only by innovations and technologies if used responsibly and ethically. ”

“We are all now entering a new era of responsible and disruptive tech innovation, which is inclusive, takes care of the planet and creates impact. We have to see how India and Sweden together can anticipate this crisis and create a sustainable future for both countries.

India Unlimited was established in 2013 to promote cultural relations between India and Sweden in association with the Embassy of India in Sweden and Sweden-India Business Council. Over the past seven years, the organization has hosted several events in Stockholm and Gothenburg reflecting the diversity of Indian cultural, economic and social life.


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