India and Armenia sign three agreements on use of outer space, cultural cooperation

India and Armenia on Tuesday signed three agreements after Vice President Hamid Ansari held a bilateral meeting with Armenian Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan in Yerevan.

IANS April 25, 2017 18:03:54 IST
India and Armenia sign three agreements on use of outer space, cultural cooperation
India and Armenia sign three agreements on use of outer space cultural cooperation

File photo of Vice-president Hamid Ansari. Reuters

New Delhi: India and Armenia on Tuesday signed three agreements after Vice President Hamid Ansari held a bilateral meeting with Armenian Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan in Yerevan.

"Vice President reviews entire gamut of bilateral relationship with Prime Minister of Armenia; #IndiaArmenia sign three agreements," External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Gopal Baglay tweeted.

The two countries signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on peaceful uses of outer space, another MoU on cooperation in youth matters and a programme of cultural cooperation for the years 2017-2020.

Ansari reached the Armenian capital on Monday. On Wednesday he will leave for Poland on the second and last leg of his visit abroad.

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