Discussions were postponed in 2013 due to the ignorance of the Government of India on key issues.
The European Union and India announced at a dedicated summit on Saturday that they would resume talks on a free trade agreement concluded in 2013. President of the European Council, Charles Michel, welcomed “Important new chapter“. Conversely, deliberation will focus on three main areas: trade therefore, but also the protection of investment and geographical signals. In addition, there is a plethora of topics ranging from student exchanges to air transport and of course health.
So, this is a really strong partnership that we are talking about. Proof of its importance, Twenty-Seven participated in this EU-India summit. Which was not the case in previous versions. At the end of the summit, the chairman of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, indicated that three talks – trade, investment and geographical indications – would be held in parallel. “We agreed
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