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India & Bulgaria sign 4 MoUs;President Kovind invites Bulgaria to become key partner of India

President Ram Nath Kovind held detailed talks with his Counterpart Rumen Radev and invited Bulgaria to become a key partner of India in  defence and IT sector under Make In India programme.

President Kovind and President Radev witnessed signing of four MoUs between India and Bulgaria on  Investment, Tourism, Civil Nuclear Cooperation and Establishment of  Hindi Chair at Sofia University. A Programme of Cooperation is also signed to enhance scientific cooperation.

President Ram Nath Kovind said that India and Bulgaria have signed MoUs on cooperation in the field of tourism, civil nuclear cooperation and establishment of Hindi chair at Sofia University.

While addressing media persons in Sofia, President Kovind also said that both the countries acknowledged their long standing bilateral ties and ways to further strengthen their partnership.

Earlier President President  Ram Nath Kovind  was accorded ceremonial welcome in Bulgaria at a landmark location Alexander Nevsky Square in Sofia.

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