India, South Africa signed four agreements
The agreements were inked during the official tour of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to South Africa. Modi was on a four nations namely Mozambique, South Africa, Tanzania and Kenya.
India and South Africa on 8 July 2016 signed four agreements to give new impetus to bilateral co-operation between the two nations.
The agreements were inked during the official tour of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to South Africa. He visited South Africa from 7 July to 9 July 2016 on an invitation of President of South Africa Jacob Zuma.
Agreements signed during the visit of Prime Minister to South Africa
• MoU on ICT
• Programme of Cooperation in Arts and Culture
• MoU on Tourism
• MoU on Grass Root Innovation (S&T)
During this visit to South Africa, Modi met President Zuma and held discussions in the spirit of the strong friendship and historical links between the two countries. He also met with Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa.
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