Sister State Agreement Gujarat

The Gujarat government and the State of Delaware have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (Memorandum of Understanding) for the sister state. It is the first sister-state slack signed by Gujarat with any state of America. In his welcome speech, Mr. Rupani said that many Gujarati origins had settled in New Jersey and that the MoU would further strengthen relations between the two states. Murphy has expressed interest in cooperation with Gujarat in the financial and pharmaceutical services, IT, real estate and commercial sectors. Gujarat and New Jersey in the United States of America on Saturday concluded a “brother state agreement” for cooperation in the areas of economic development, clean energy, higher education, tourism, cultural exchanges, health and business investment. The U.S. delegation, consisting of the Secretary of State, the Minister of Agriculture, the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and senior officials from the State of Delaware, invited Mr. Gujarat Chief Minister to visit Delaware.

Gandhinagar: A delegation from the state of Delaware today called the Chief Minister of Gujarat, Vijay Rupani, in the capital, Gandhinagar, and signed with Gujarat the Memorandum of Understanding. According to a statement from the Government of Gujarat the areas of cooperation between two states include economy, clean energy, education, tourism, cultural exchanges, health, trade, pharmacy, I.T., real estate, cooperation between universities, faculty and student exchanges, logistics, transportation, port development and investments. Gandhinagar: New Jersey and Gujarat today concluded a sister state agreement in Gandhinagar, the capital of Gujaat, in the presence of Mr. Philip. D. Murphy, Governor of New Jersey and Vijaybhai Rupani, Chief Minister of Gujarat. It is the first MoU brother state of Gujarat signed with every state in America, said the government The government added that the Protocol was signed by the Chief Minister of Gujarat and Delaware SSecretary of State. Cooperation in services and investment opportunities in GIFT IFSC was discussed during the meeting, the government statement said. . He also raised the need for cooperation with New Jersey universities to develop advanced educational infrastructure and exchanges of faculty and students. . Murphy also ran a town hall with IIT-Gandhinagar students.

. Press confidence in India | Ahmedabad Updated September 21, 2019 at 21:55 EST . Cooperation in services and investment opportunities within GIFT-IFSC (Gujarat International Finance Tec-City – International Financial Services Centre) was discussed during the meeting. The sectors of the University of Biotechnology, Life Sciences, Financial Services, Livestock and Dairy, Port Services are the areas in which cooperation is linked. He invited Rupani to New Jersey and praised the contribution of the Gujarati community to economic progress. Among the areas examined, the University of Biotechnology, Life Sciences, Financial Services, Cooperation Services, Livestock and the Dairy Industry, port services were examined. . The Memorandum of Understanding was signed by The Prime Minister of Gujay Rupani and the Governor of New Jersey, Philip Murphy, at an event in Gandhinagar. IIT-Gandhinagar has signed with four New Jersey universities for research cooperation and knowledge exchange. Mr.

Rupani highlighted his government`s pro-investment policy, as well as the ease of activity it offers to make Gujarat an attractive investment destination.