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MoU between India and the Netherlands for bilateral cooperation

Staff Writer |
The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi has approved the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Ministry of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation and the Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment of the Kingdom of the Netherlands for bilateral cooperation in the field of water resources management.

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The MoU envisages that both Governments shall work to enhance cooperation at the National, regional and international levels in the field of water resources management and development.

The form of cooperation under the MoU will include promoting the exchange of knowledge and expertise through study visits, seminars, conferences and meetings of experts of the Signatories.

There will be stimulating joint research and development of capacity-building programs/training, exchange of training groups and other activities for the purpose of academic and applied research and training, promoting mutual participation in and/or initiation of relevant collaboration projects and programs, promoting public private partnerships.

A Joint Working Group shall be formed to monitor the activities to be carried out in fulfillment of the MoU.

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