India and Peru signed 4 documents/Mous on during the official visit of the Vice President of India, Mohammad Hamid Ansari to Peru on 29 October 2013. The Vice President of India visited Peru to celebrate the 50th year of establishment of diplomatic ties between the two countries.
The Vice President of India held detailed discussions with the President of the Republic of Peru, Ollanta Humala Tasso and the first Vice President of Peru, Marisol Espinoza and the Minister of Foreign Affairsof Peru, Ms. Eda Rivas Franchini.
India and Peru signed documents in the field of education, defence cooperation, in the fields of Museum Development, Conversation of Movable Cultural Property and Dissemination and Promotion of Cultural Heritage.
List of documents signed during the official visit of Vice President of India to Peru
|Sr.No||Document||Gist of the agreement/document|
Exchange Programme in the field of Education
|The exchange programme encourages exchange of research material, teaching aides; organization of joint conferences, training programmes; twining of institutions ; setting up chairs on contemporary studies; providing of scholarships for higher education|
Agreement on Defence Cooperation
|Aims at enhancing cooperation in the prevention of spread of weapons of mass destruction and tackling non-conventional threats like drugs & piracy; exchange of training expertise and personnel for military courses and collaborate in the spheres of defence equipment exports for mutual benefit|
|3.||MoU between Government of the Republic of India and Government of the Republic of Peru on Establishment of a Joint Commission||India and Peru agree to establish a Joint Commission which will be an intergovernmental consultation mechanism at the Foreign Ministerial level to promote, strengthen and diversify bilateral relations|
|4.||Letter of Intent between the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of India and the Ministry Culture of the Republic of Peru for Cooperation in the fields of Museum Development, Conversation of Movable Cultural Property and Dissemination and Promotion of Cultural Heritage||Agree to create specific cooperation programmes for exchange of experiences and training of specialists in the Museum sector; organizing international temporary exhibitions for dissemination of information on cultural heritage of both countries|
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