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PM Modi and Italian PM Paolo Gentiloni signed six agreements clubbed under the tagline ‘partnering for progress’.

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Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni arrived in New Delhi on Sunday, 29 October, on a two-day state visit to India, the first such visit in a decade by an Italian PM, in a bid to boost ties between New Delhi and Rome.

India and Italy are two big economies of the world. There are enough opportunities to boost our commercial cooperations. Our bilateral relations, which currently add up to USD 8.8 billion, have a lot of potential to be further increased.
Narendra Modi, Prime Minister

Prime Minister Narendra Modi held delegation-level talks with Gentiloni, following which a number of agreements were signed. India and Italy signed six memorandums of understanding (MoU) clubbed under the tagline ‘partnering for progress.’ These agreements included partnership in areas like the railway sector, energy department, and cultural cooperation.

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