The Agreement on Scientific and Technological Cooperation between India and the European Union has been extended for another 5 years (2020-2025) For the next 5 years, India and the European Union have extended their Agreement on Scientific and Technological Cooperation (2020-2025). This was accomplished by the transmission of Note Verbale among 2 parties.
The deal would increase India and the European Union's collaboration in technical and scientific study, as well as improve the implementation of collaborative efforts
in issues of mutual interest and the implementation of the outcomes of such coordinating to their social and economic value.
Cooperative activities might include Indian and European research institutes
participating in research, technical development, and project implementation
under each other's programs.
Water, green transportation, e-mobility, renewable technology, sustainable consumption, bio-economy, healthcare and ICT,
environmental issues, urban regeneration, industry, innovative technologies, nanostructures and biotechnology, food manufacturing, and ocean studies are all addressed in this pact.
While India is largely involved with completing its person's essential needs, including blossoming and creation, and dominance in high-tech industries, the EU hopes to capitalize on India's human aid. Both parties are interested in the reciprocal movement of skills.