India-Senegal sign three MoUs for cultural exchange, cooperation in youth matters and visa free regime for officials
Three memorandums of understanding (MoUs) have been signed between India and Senegal to deepen their bilateral partnership in various areas.
The first MoU pertains to visa-free regime for diplomatic and official passport holders which would strengthen cooperation between the two countries through seamless travel of officials/diplomats.
Second agreement relates to renewal of Cultural Exchange Programme (CEP) for the period 2022-26. Appreciating the richness of Indian and Senegalese culture, Mr. Venkaiah Naidu, Vice President of India, expressed confidence that with the renewal of the CEP, there will be more cultural exchanges, thereby strengthening people-to-people contacts.
Third MoU seeks to enhance bilateral cooperation in youth matters. Recognizing that both India and Senegal have a relatively young population, Mr. Naidu expressed confidence that this MoU will be mutually beneficial to both the countries through sharing of information, knowledge and good practices, and youth exchanges.
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