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Fact sheet on Indo-Russian documents concluded during the Annual Summit 2011

List of Documents signed on 16 December 2011 in the presence of Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh and Russian President Mr. Dmitry Medvedev in Moscow

S. No.

Name of the Agreement/ MOU

Details

Indian Signatory

Russian Signatory

1.     

Protocol No. 2 (on the Su- 30 MKI Aircraft Licensed Production Expansion in India for 42 Units)

An Inter-Governmental Agreement and a general contract were signed in the year 2000 for the manufacture for 140 Su-30 MKI aircraft by HAL. A 2007 Protocol envisaged manufacture of a further 40 aircraft. The present Protocol envisages manufacture by HAL of an additional 42 Su-30 MKI aircraft. Earlier, 50 Su-30 aircraft were purchased, in phases, prior to the signing of the IGA in 2000. This takes the total number of acquired or contracted aircraft in various stages of manufacture to 272.

Shri Shashi Kant Sharma,

Defence Secretary, Ministry of Defence

M.A. Dmitriev,  Director, Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation

2.     

Memorandum of Understanding between the Competition Commission of India and the Federal Antimonopoly Service (Russian Federation)

The MoU aims to enhance cooperation and exchanges between the two anti-monopoly agencies. The MoU covers experience sharing in the field of competition policy and in conducting investigations; evolving joint consultative processes; and exchange of information regarding laws & legislations.

Shri Ajai Malhotra,

Ambassador , Embassy of India, Moscow

Mr. Igor Artemiev,

Head, Federal Antimonopoly Service

 

3.     

Protocol of Intentions between the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India and the Interregional Association “Siberian Accord” Siberian Federal District,  Russian Federation on Fly Ash Utilization and Safe Management

The Protocol aims to facilitate development and application of technologies for utilisation and safe management of fly ash in the Siberian Federal District and includes import of technologies from India. It also envisages experience sharing, investment projects and mutual exchange of scientific personnel. 

Dr. T. Ramasami

Secretary ,             Department of Science and Technology,   Ministry of Science and Technology                     

Mr. V. V. Nagovitsin

President-Chairman of  the Government of the Republic of Buryatia, Republic of Russia, and Chairman of Interregional Association of the Economic Cooperation of the Constituent Entities of the Russian Federation “Siberian Agreement”

4.     

Memorandum of Understanding on Cooperation on Drug Quality and Safety Standards between the Central Drugs Standard Control Organization (Republic of India) and the Federal Service for Surveillance in the Sphere of Public Health and Social Development (Russian Federation)

The MoU shall oversee the safety and quality issues between the two agencies in the area of drugs. It will provide an enabling environment for enhancing trade in quality pharmaceuticals.

Shri Ajai Malhotra,

Ambassador , Embassy of India, Moscow

Ms. E.A.Telnova,

Acting Head of Federal Service on Surveillance in Healthcare and Social Development

5.     

Educational Exchange Programme between the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation and the Ministry of Human Resource Development of the Republic of India on Cooperation in the Field of Education

The EEP aims to promote cooperation in the field of education through areas such as inter-institutional arrangements, experience sharing in the field of pedagogy, organising seminars and exhibitions, etc. It also envisages formation of a JWG to monitor its implementation.

Shri Ajai Malhotra,

Ambassador , Embassy of India, Moscow

Mr. S.V. Ivanets,

Deputy Minister for Science & Education of the Russian Federation



Moscow
December 16, 2011

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