India and Belarus inked 10 pacts, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi hosted the East European country’s President Alexander Lukashenku.

The pacts inked after Modi-Lukashenku meeting are aimed at stepping up bilateral cooperation in education, sports and youth affairs, science, agriculture, hydrocarbon, culture and infrastructure development.

 
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  1. We will also encourage joint development and manufacturing in defence sector under the Make in India programme. We have discussed on utilising the US $ 100 million Line of Credit that India had offered in 2015 in specific projects in Belarus,” Prime Minister said after his meeting with President of Belarus. 
  2. He said that he and Lukashenku had reviewed the architecture of India-Belarus partnership. 
  3. We considered ideas and initiatives for further expanding it. We decided to enhance our interaction in all aspects of cooperation,” said Modi. 
  4. The seriousness of our intention can be proved by the fact that during the visit we initiated Investment Protection Agreement between India and Belarus and secondly I can promise my support for finalising the free zone between India and Eurasian Economic Union,” Lukashenko said, emphasizing on the need to step up bilateral economic relations.

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