India, Africa agree on areas of cooperation

India Africa agree on areas of cooperationPretoria - The Delhi Declaration and the India-Africa Framework for the Strategic Cooperation has been adopted by 41 Heads of State and Government from the African continent and others who attended the Third India-Africa Forum Summit.

These outcome documents cover key priority areas for cooperation.

They cover areas such as economic development; trade and Industry; agriculture; energy; the blue/ocean economy; infrastructure; education and skills development; health; and peace and security.

President Jacob Zuma was one of the African leaders who attended the summit in New Delhi, India from 26 to 29 October 2015.

Available: http://www.sanews.gov.za/world/india-africa-agree-areas-cooperation 

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