India, South Korea Sign MoU To Enhance Cooperation Between Two Countries

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  • The primary objective of this MoU is to set up programs to enhance relationship and cooperation between two countries while considering the mutual benefits.

  • The MoU will facilitate and encourage the exchange of Trainers, athletes, experts, scientific and procedural materials between two countries.

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A Memorandum of Understanding was signed between India and South Korea to enhance cooperation on the basis of mutual benefits on November 05, 2018, in New Delhi. The consent letter was signed by the Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports (India), Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore and Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism (Korea ), Dr. Jonghwan.

The primary objective of this MoU is to set up programs to enhance relationship and cooperation between two countries while considering the mutual benefits. The MoU will facilitate and encourage the exchange of Trainers, athletes, experts, scientific and procedural materials between two countries. It will also encourage, and facilitate the combined training for athletes and officers.

Under the signed MoU, the two countries will intensify exchange and collaboration activities between sports authorities, sports federations and other sports bodies in different areas of cooperation. After the signing of the MoU, Colonel Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore said that this initiative would increase cooperation between the two countries. He said that both countries should also collaborate in archery and games like Taekwondo, in which the Republic of Korea is a leading country.

On this occasion, Korea's Culture, Sports and Tourism Minister, Dr. Jonghwan said that his country always gives priority to work with India in the field of sports. Colonel Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore presented the Korean Minister Ramchrata Manas and an audio set of Mahatma Gandhi's sermons.

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