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First-ever (2+2) India-Brazil Political and Military Dialogue held in New Delhi

First-ever (2+2) India-Brazil Political and Military Dialogue held in New Delhi Energising Strategic Partnership

New Delhi:  India and Brazil engaged in their inaugural (2+2) Political and Military Dialogue, held in New Delhi today. The dialogue, co-chaired by high-ranking officials from both nations, marks a significant step forward in enhancing cooperation across various sectors.

From the Indian side, the dialogue was led by Additional Secretary (LAC) G. V. Srinivas from the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) and Joint Secretary (IC) Vishwesh Negi from the Ministry of Defence (MoD). On the Brazilian front, Director Marcelo Camara from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) and Rear Admiral Fernando de Luca Marques de Oliviera from the Ministry of Defence (MoD) took charge of the discussions.

The talks encompassed a wide array of strategic domains including defence, space exploration, energy collaboration, critical minerals procurement, technological exchange, counter-terrorism efforts, as well as regional and multilateral cooperation. Both delegations showcased a strong commitment to addressing mutual concerns and exploring avenues for deeper engagement.

India and Brazil, as two vibrant democracies and major emerging economies, share common values and interests. Strengthening their partnership not only holds immense potential for the two nations but also contributes to regional and global stability. The dialogue serves as a platform to harness synergies and leverage each other’s strengths for the collective benefit of their peoples.

Both nations acknowledged the significance of fostering closer ties in the face of evolving geopolitical dynamics and emerging security challenges. The dialogue provided an opportunity to align their strategic visions and chart a course for comprehensive collaboration in the years ahead.

With a focus on fostering people-to-people connections and fostering innovation, the dialogue emphasized the importance of harnessing the demographic dividends of both nations. Additionally, cooperation in areas such as renewable energy, cybersecurity, and combating climate change emerged as key areas for future collaboration.

The successful conclusion of the (2+2) India-Brazil Political and Military Dialogue underscores the commitment of both nations to elevate their strategic partnership to new heights. As India and Brazil continue to strengthen their bonds across various fronts, the world watches with anticipation as these two dynamic nations carve out a path of progress and prosperity together.

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