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List of Bilateral Documents signed during 14th India-Russia Annual Summit (October 21, 2013)

October 21, 2013

S.No Name of the Document Details/Scope Indian Signatory RussianSignatory
1. Treaty between the Republic of India and the Russian Federation on Transfer of Sentenced Persons The Treaty shall facilitate the process of social rehabilitation of persons sentenced in the other country by providing them the opportunity to serve out their remaining sentences (under certain conditions) in their country of nationality. It is expected to boost consular cooperation between the two countries. Smt. Sujatha Singh,Foreign Secretary Mr. Alexander Konovalov,Minister of Justice
2. Memorandum of Understanding between the Bureau of Energy Efficiency of the Republic of India and Federal State Budget Organisation "Russian Energy Agency” of the Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation in the Field of Energy Efficiency The MoU shall enhance cooperation in the field of energy saving and energy efficiency, including through joint implementation of activities and projects by organisations/companies of both the countries. The forms of cooperation envisaged include exchange of best practices in smart grids, energy audits, energy efficient building designs, industrially efficient technologies, etc. Shri Ajai Malhotra,Ambassador of India to Russian Federation Mr. Kirill V. Gadzatsev,Deputy Director General,Russian Energy Agency
3. Memorandum of Understanding in the field of Standardization and Conformity Assessment between Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) [Republic of India] and Federal Agency on Technical Regulation and Metrology (GOST-R) [Russian Federation] The objective of this MoU is to facilitate closer technical cooperation in the field of standardization through exchange of information, practices and expertise. It is expected to have beneficial effects for trade and commerce where standards/conformity assessments form an integral basis for transactions. Shri Ajai Malhotra,Ambassador of India to Russian Federation Mr. Gregory Alkin,Head, Federal Agency on Technical Regulation and Metrology (GOST-R)
4. Programme of Cooperation in the Fields of Science, Technology and Innovation between the Department of Science & Technology, Government of India and the Ministry of Education & Science, Government of Russian Federation for the period 2014-2017 The Programme aims to deepen cooperation in the field of innovation and S&T through implementation of Joint Programs and projects/exchanges involving educational, R&D and industrial institutions. The joint projects may also facilitate transfer of technology. The broad areas of cooperation include ‘sunrise’ sectors such as IT, nano-technology, environmental sciences and alternate energy. This Programme shall also reinforce the existing robust exchanges between the scientific institutions of the two sides. Smt. Sujatha Singh,Foreign Secretary Mr. Dmitry Livanov,Minister of Education and Science
5. Programme of Cooperation in the Area of Biotechnology between the Department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science & Technology, Government of the Republic of India and the Ministry of Education and Science, Government of Russian Federation for the period 2014-2017 The Programme aims to broaden cooperation in the field of biotechnology and encourage industrial R&D & related investment flows. This is intended to be achieved through implementation of Joint Programs and projects/exchanges, etc. Shri Ajai Malhotra,Ambassador of India to Russian Federation Mr. Dmitry Livanov,Minister of Education and Science

Moscow
October 21, 2013


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