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European Green Deal

The EU "Green Deal": An opportunity to strengthen EU-India relationship

Souvik Bhattacharjya, Senior Fellow and Associate Director, Integrated Policy Analysis Division, TERI

Check out the paper in our series of publications on the external dimension of the European Green Deal, jointly launched by KAS-MDPD, DIE and FIIA.

The recent joint declaration by India and EU at the 15th India-EU Summit in 2020 (source: reiterated the need for a resolute and coordinated action for tackling the challenge of climate change and environmental degradation and reaffirmed their commitment to implementing the Paris Agreement. During the Summit, the leaders decided to strengthen the EU-India Strategic Partnership, based on shared principles and values of democracy, freedom, rule of law and respect for human rights, aiming at delivering concrete benefits.


Will enhanced diplomacy, international cooperation and collaboration help provide better, cost-effective ways to achieve climate goals and social inclusion between the two actors?

Check out the paper of our new publication series on the external dimension of the European Green Deal, jointly launched by KAS MDPD, DIE and FIIA.



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