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By: PTI | New Delhi | Published: April 6 Watch What Else is Making News The project is the brainchild of a Mumbai-based couple Kislay and Sheena Vora, shoot starts this September.which favours price-gouging cartels and consumer exploitation. training and capacity building programme etc. in the sphere of counter terrorism The leaders agreed to strengthen cooperation to take decisive and concerted actions against Al Qaeda ISIS (Da’esh) and their affiliates and all other all UN designated globally proscribed terrorists and terror entities including those mentioned in Para 8 of the 6th Oct 2017 India-EU Joint Statement on Cooperation in Combating Terrorism The leaders emphasised the need for effective implementation of existing international commitments on countering terrorism including UN Global Countering Terrorism Strategy UNSC resolutions and targeted sanctions relating to terrorism In this context the leaders also called upon all UN member countries to designate terrorist entities in line with the relevant UNSC Resolutions Both leaders also called for an early conclusion of negotiations and adoption of the Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism in the UN as an instrument that would reinforce the message that no cause or grievance justifies terrorism They also called upon all countries to work towards rooting out terrorist safe havens and their infrastructure and networks and halting cross-border movement of terrorists Emphasising that the liberal and pluralistic values of both countries are rooted in our secular democracy the leaders affirmed that terrorism should not be associated with any particular religion nationality civilisation creed or ethnic group They also expressed concerns at the growing misuse of internet towards radicalisation of youth and agreed to strengthen cooperation in combating radicalisation and violent extremism The two Leaders reaffirmed their commitment to an open free secure stable peaceful and accessible cyberspace enabling economic growth and innovation In particular they reaffirmed that international law is applicable in cyberspace and that there was a need to continue and deepen deliberations on the applicability of international law to cyberspace and set norms of responsible behaviour of States They also agreed to explore the establishment of a bilateral dialogue on cyber issues The leaders welcomed the holding of the 5th Global Conference on Cyberspace in New Delhi on 23-24 November Strengthening Economic Partnership The two leaders appreciated the strong India-Italy economic linkages and committed to work in a result-oriented and mutually beneficial manner by injecting a renewed momentum into the broad-based economic engagement between the two countries PM Modi called upon the Italian industry to explore India’s untapped business opportunities in the infrastructure food processing renewable energy and high-tech manufacturing sectors PM Gentiloni also called upon Indian industry to identify business opportunities including in Italy’s textile automotive leather machinery and chemical sectors The two leaders took note of the progress made by the 19th session of the Indo-Italian ‘Joint Commission for Economic Cooperation’ (JCEC) held at the ministerial-level They agreed to convene the next session of the JCEC in India in 2018 PM Gentiloni appreciated India’s bold economic reforms and flagship initiatives such as the Make-in-India program the National Solar Mission and the Smart Cities Mission PM Gentiloni highlighted Italy’s commitment to the ‘Make-in-India’ initiative through the activities of the 628 Italian companies which have invested over $24 billion and provide employment to over 23000 people in India Both Leaders pledged to further encourage the development of a network of industrial co-operation between the two Countries The two leaders welcomed the signing of a MoU between the Italian Trade Agency (ICE) and Invest India to assist bilateral efforts aimed at enhancing mutual investment activities The two Leaders announced the organization of an ‘Indo-Italian High Level Forum on Design with a focus inter alia on industrial design auto design architecture interior design and fashion The High-level forum will endeavour to bring together prominent experts from the areas mutually identified with the task of defining a program of activity for the Forum (exhibitions workshops contacts between young designers etc) The Foreign Ministries of the two countries will further discuss the objectives structure and host organizations for this High-level forum The meeting of the High-level Forum is proposed to be held in March 2018 The two Prime Ministers noted the potential for enhancing bilateral defence cooperation and encouraged structured dialogue through the Joint Defence Committee (to be convened in Rome or New Delhi in the first half of 2018) as well as interactions between Indian and Italian companies PM Gentiloni underlined Italy’s industrial expertise in this sector and the renewed interest of Italian industry in participating in defence manufacturing under the "Make in India” initiative The two sides will also discuss in the appropriate Working Group the draft Technical Agreement on Sharing of White Shipping Information between the Navies Both Leaders noted the on-going work on an Additional Protocol amending the bilateral agreement to Avoid Double Taxation and encouraged the respective agencies / competent authorities to continue negotiations with the objective of early finalization of the text The adoption of the new protocol together with the entry into force of the Protocol signed on 13 January 2006 will update the bilateral Agreement of 1993 with tangible benefits for Indian and Italian companies The protocol will enable better administrative cooperation and enhance the ability to counter tax evasion and tax avoidance Work will also continue on Customs Cooperation to improve the mutual administrative assistance under the EU legal framework The two Prime Ministers discussed the possibility of an operating mechanism to be established between the Italian investment bank – Cassa Depositi e Prestiti (CDP) that operates under Italy’s Ministry of Economy and Finance and relevant Indian counterpart entities to explore opportunities for enhancing investment cooperation in India’s infrastructure sector In the area of Smart Cities both sides expressed their intent to identify specific areas for cooperation The Indian side welcomed the Italian initiative to share their experience in the area of urban rehabilitation advanced technology solutions in the area of energy management (from smart grids to electric mobility networks) affordable housing and waste management Both Leaders welcomed the "Declaration of Intent on Cooperation in the area of Rail Safety” as a follow up to the two MoUs signed in January 2017 between the Italian Railways (Ferrovie dello Stato SpA) and the Indian Railways and between Italferr the engineering company of the Italian Railways and its Indian counterpart RITES They noted that there is great potential for bilateral cooperation in the areas of safety diagnostics technology certification and capacity building of rail professionals The Leaders recognized the immense possibilities for collaboration in the food processing sector in India They noted with satisfaction the imminent mission of the Italian Deputy Minister for Economic Development who will be leading a high level business delegation to ‘World Food India’ from 3-5 November 2017 where Italy will be ‘Focus Country’ Italy’s Minister for Agriculture will also be leading a delegation to the FICCI and FEDERUNACOMA (Italian Agricultural Machinery Manufacturers Federation) organized ‘EIMA Agrimach’ from 7-9 December 2017 where Italy will be ‘Partner country’ Both events will offer the opportunity to showcase the excellence of Italian agro-food industry and its potential for contributing to the development of the India’s food processing sector The two Leaders also noted with appreciation work ongoing on the drafting of a MoU between respective Ministries of Agriculture on co-operation in agriculture and phytosanitary issues The two Leaders welcomed the MoU between the Italian company MERMEC a leading player in railway diagnostics and its Indian counterpart Titagarh The MoU will see MERMEC and Titagarh jointly invest in R&D and manufacturing to develop cost effective solutions for signalling and safety of Indian Railways Science & Technology and Education collaboration The Leaders noted the increasing number of student exchange programmes at the university level and the growing presence of Indian students in Italian universities They expressed appreciation at the forthcoming launch of the first Roadshow of the Italian Universities in India which will take place in New Delhi Mumbai Kolkata and Bengaluru in November 2017 Both sides agreed to initiate collaboration on apprenticeship and on the relationship between industrial clusters and the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) system The two leaders also agreed to explore the prospects establishing state-of-the-art skill academies in India for providing training to trainers and trainees on trans-national standards The two Leaders underlined the importance of the Executive Programme of Cooperation (EPOC) for the years 2017-2019 signed on 18 April 2017 under the framework of the Agreement on Scientific and Technological Cooperation between the Department of Science & Technology on the Indian side and Italy’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs & International Cooperation The EPOC will provide joint financing for 23 projects of cooperation in the areas of ICT energy environment sustainable Agriculture health biotechnology medicine physical and chemical sciences and technologies applied to cultural and natural heritage between Indian and Italian universities and research centres The implementation of the EPOC is expected to further consolidate the on-going collaboration between Italian and Indian universities with around 200 partnership agreements already in operation The two Leaders expressed their appreciation on the long standing collaboration in science and technology involving some of the best scientific and academic institutions from the two countries In this context the Leaders noted the successful inauguration of the joint experimental beam-lines for advanced materials research at the Synchrotron facility at ELETTRA in Trieste Italy last year The Leaders noted with satisfaction the recently launched joint Industrial R&D Program which will open a new chapter in India-Italy S&T relationship by promoting technological innovation aimed at joint development of innovative products or processes in areas covering Advanced Materials Smart Manufacturing Clean Water Technologies and Cultural Heritage Preservation Prime Minister Gentiloni gladly accepted Prime Minister Modi’s invitation to Italy to be the "Partner Country” for the 2018 edition of the ‘Technology Summit’ Participation in the ‘Tech Summit 2018’ will provide further impetus to common endeavours in the field of science technology and innovation for economic growth The two leaders appreciated the innovative research undertaken by the International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB) through its chapters in Trieste Italy and New Delhi India for promoting the latest techniques in the fields of biomedicine crop improvement environmental protection / remediation vaccine and biopharmaceuticals development and bio-pesticide production for the benefit of developing countries The two leaders agreed to encourage cooperation between Italy’s Civil Protection Department and India’s National Disaster Management Authority in the field of disaster risk reduction and management giving priority to strengthening the exchange of methodologies and technologies for the management of emergencies affecting population territory properties and cultural heritage People-to-People contacts Cultural Cooperation and 70 years of Diplomatic Ties On growing people to people contacts PM Gentiloni mentioned the presence of the 170000 strong Indian diaspora who have made Italy their second home and acknowledged their contribution to the Italian economy PM Modi appreciated the measures taken by the Italian government to enable the Indian diaspora to integrate with the Italian society They also acknowledged the positive role played by the Italian business community in India over the years contributing to India’s economic development They agreed to work together on migration and mobility between the two countries Italian prime minister Paolo Gentiloni inspecting a guard of honor during his ceremonial reception at the Rashtrapati Bhawan PTI Both Leaders underlined the importance of valuing the archaeological and cultural heritage and welcomed the exchange of best practices and scientific techniques for the conservation of the architectural and archaeological heritage; and sharing of information on developing marketing or managing cultural heritage tourism attractions Both Leaders desired to enhance cooperation between the Italian Space Agency (ASI) and Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) for peaceful use of outer space and with particular reference to earth observation and space exploration The two Prime Ministers welcomed the possibility of exploring "twinning” arrangements between UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the two countries for exchanging information on conservation efforts and techniques and for enhancing their touristic potential The Italian side welcomed India’s interest to participate in the 2019 Biennale di Venezia the world’s most prestigious contemporary art exhibition and agreed to extend necessary support in this regard PM Gentiloni congratulated PM Modi for his initiative of the International Day of Yoga which is celebrated worldwide on 21st June every year PM Gentiloni conveyed that the Italian side will explore possibilities of introducing yoga practice in the physical education curriculum of Italian schools and to obtain certification for imparting yoga education by qualified yoga institutions in India The two Leaders welcomed the signature of the New Executive Program of Cultural Cooperation (EPCC) in the framework of the bilateral Cultural Agreement The new EPCC will strengthen the on-going cooperation between the two countries in the areas of theatre music dance festivals publishing cinema youth exchanges and through grant of scholarship programs To commemorate the 70th Anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Italy and India in March 2018 the two leaders welcomed the conclusion of a MoU between Indian Council for Cultural Relations and the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs & International Cooperation which will facilitate year-long performances by cultural troupes and holding of exhibitions seminars etc, good governance, 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