India signs pact with Bulgaria for establishment of Hindi chair at Sofia University
India has recently signed five pacts with Bulgaria in the fields of Civil Nuclear cooperation, Investment, Tourism, Science & Technology (S&T) and establishment of Hindi chair at Sofia University, after delegation level talks between President Ram Nath Kovind and his counterpart Rumen Radev. Both the countries have agreed to substantially upgrade their economic partnership in line with the depth of robust political relations. Mr. Kovind is in Bulgaria on the 2nd leg of his state visit to 3 European nations – Cyprus, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic – to continue India’s high-level engagements with European countries. After Cyprus, Bulgaria also supported India’s claims for a permanent seat in the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) and membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG).
Topics: Bulgaria , Continents , Countries , Cyprus , Geography of Europe , Member states of the Council of Europe , Member states of the European Union , Member states of the Union for the Mediterranean , Member states of the United Nations , Nuclear Suppliers Group , Radev