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Apr 24, 2012

India and Tunisia Strengthen Science & Technology Collaboration

On 24 April 2012 the government of Tunisia and India agreed to strengthen their collaborations in the fields of science and technology.  This includes the field of biotechnology.  It involves the exchange and training of scientists and researchers, as well as organizational conferences.

This agreement was made when Tunisia's Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Hedi Ben Abbes was in New Delhi and met with India's Minister of State for Science and Technology.  Other areas of Indo-Tunisian cooperation include: material sciences, information science (including software development), renewable energy sources, medical sciences, water technology, geospatial technologies and science popularization.

This agreement is part of what India calls, "India’s Technology Diplomacy Policy."

For more see:

"Strengthening Indo-Tunisia Scientific Technological Collaboration Tunisian Minister Calls on Dr. Ashwani Kumar," Government of India, Ministry of Science & Technology, 24 April 2012

"Tunisia Strengthens Science Ties With India," CropBiotech News, 27 April 2012

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