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Joint High Representative/Commission Communication - Elements for an EU Strategy on India
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From the civil society perception, the new EU-India road map should be focused in improving accessible public health system specially in rural & tribal locations to reach the dream of affordable Health For All, Vocational skills for youths and women in non-formal techniques relevant to his/her living conditions, and create and sustain resources for safe drinking water and improved sanitation besides humanitarian aid measures. The benefit...
Debjit Chaudhuri (Germany)
India has 3 key things that EU needs more of: 1. Democracy - despite challenges, India still stands out as a clear case of a practicing democracy whereas in Europe one might argue that Democracy is waning 2. Demand - a growing and increasingly economically well off population with increasing education levels, can only mean more markets for EU goods 3. Demography - India has probably the average youngest population of a large economy which is...
Andreas Sommer (South Africa)
For more than 15 years I am working together with stakeholders from the India telecoms and ICT sector, including the Government of India. India stakeholders appreciate the cooperation with European partners. From my view, the collaboration in the telecommunications and ICT sector can be further strengthened especially by eliminating trade barriers (taxes, import-/export procedures, protectionism), long-term continuation on joint activities...
Sachin GAUR (India)
I have done part of my education as Erasmus Mundus Program. So, I can compare both sides and see there are great commonalities. India and EU are both diverse and can learn much from each other by exchanging and debating early on the questions which future questions that new technologies present to both societies and also other global challenges. But, India is much to gain in the ICT sector by collaborating with EU on technology areas like 5G...
Anonymous (United Kingdom)
This roadmap is not ambitious enough for the EU to grasp the opportunity for mutual advancement that India offers in the coming decades, economically and diplomatically. There needs to be mention of the EU-India free trade talks, that are currently stalled. I would also like to see more security cooperation between the EU and India particularly in the area of counter-terrorism.
Giorgio Cannella (Italy)
I refer to the initiative: "Elements for an EU Strategy on India". I did not find clear information on the objectives to be achieved and the concrete actions to be undertaken for the cooperation between the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). As a result, I apologize to you if the following proposal is already being implemented. The entry "ISRO" on Wikipedia (https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indian_Space...