In a press release, the secretariat said the two governments signed an agreement in New Delhi during Foreign Minister Marcelo Ephrat’s visit to the country and established a fund to finance the projects.
Ephrat, along with India’s Science and Technology Minister Jitendra Singh, witnessed the signing of an agreement with the Indian Council of Scientific and Industrial Research.
Among the highlights of this agreement stands out the constitution of a million dollar fund created with a contribution of 500 thousand dollars from each country.
Both countries will identify priority projects for development, including hydraulic management, development of electromobility and production of low-cost vaccines.
Secretary Ebrard explained that various research institutes will be convened to implement the selected projects.
Also, the Foreign Secretary met Rajat Malhan, Vice President of SUN Mobility, which operates instant battery recharging stations for electric motorcycles.
The system allows electric motorcycle riders to exchange discharged batteries for recharged ones at automated stations within minutes.
As a result of the meeting, the foreign minister said, Mexican partners will be sought to come up with a system similar to the one mentioned in Mexico, which would allow cheaper and less polluting transportation options.
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