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What Happened on 25 June 2017


India, Portugal to increase bilateral collaboration in cutting edge technology
According to reports, India and Portugal have agreed to set up a joint fund of four million Euros to support bilateral collaboration in cutting edge technology. This was disclosed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his press statement at Lisbon last night after a meeting with his Portuguese counterpart Antonio Costa.
Report also suggests that Prime Minister Modi also thanked Portugal for supporting India’s bid to permanent membership of UN Security Council.
Govt will do everything possible for safety of Indians in Qatar

According to reports, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj had stated that the government of India,  will do everything possible for the safety and well-being of Indians in Qatar.The reports says that the Minister has tweeted that her Ministry is in touch with the Ambassador. Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and Egypt had imposed a boycott on Qatar, accusing it of supporting terrorism.




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