Finland assures India of cooperation in 5G, 6G and climate change – Fast Hindi News
New Delhi: India and Finland have agreed to take the mutual cooperation between the two countries to a new level and enhance partnership in areas such as Future ICT, Future Mobile Technologies and Digital Partnership in Digital Education, Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, in a statement. Said, on Monday.
India and Finland also agreed to take cooperation between the two countries to a new level in several areas of bilateral and global interest.
According to the release, Minister of Education and Culture of Finland, Petri Honkonen met Dr Jitendra Singh, Union Minister of Science and Technology at North Block today to enhance bilateral cooperation between the two countries in the field of Science, Technology and Innovation (STI). ,
Minister of Education and Culture of Finland, Mr. Petri Honkonen called with a high level delegation to discuss mutual cooperation between India and Finland in future areas such as digital partnership, 6G and upcoming mobile technology, quantum technology etc. pic.twitter.com/xZTGbIGzz8
— Dr. Jitendra Singh (@DrJitendraSingh) November 14, 2022
He was accompanied by a high level delegation which later held a separate meeting with the Indian delegation in the presence of both the Ministers.
“The two countries have decided to enhance cooperation in areas such as Future ICT, Future Mobile Technologies and Digital Partnership in Digital Education,” the release said. The two countries also stressed on institutionalizing joint working groups on areas of mutual interest.
Singh reiterated India’s focus on collaboration in startups as well. They also recalled that after the signing of the Joint Declaration during the visit of Minister of Economic Affairs of Finland Mika Lintila on 18 April 2022, both sides have started cooperation in quantum technologies. The Indian side has already identified four premier institutes namely IISER, Pune, IIT Madras, TIFR Mumbai and C-DAC Pune to work with Finnish institutions on joint development of quantum computers.
The Minister expressed satisfaction that experts from both sides are working on a detailed plan to set up an Indo-Finnish Virtual Network Center on Quantum Computing and to develop 20 qubit superconducting based quantum computers in the first phase and scale it up to 54 qubits in the second phase. The goal is to increase. stage.
Singh apprised the Minister of Finland that India is keen to develop research collaborations with Finnish R&D institutions and develop technology collaborations with Finnish industry, particularly focusing on the application of quantum computing.
According to the statement, Honkonen assured Singh that Finland is keen to cooperate with India in 5G, environment and clean technology, bio-based economy, biobank and affordable healthcare. He added that progress is also on the subjects identified by the Indian and Finnish Prime Ministers.
India and Finland have strong ties in science, technology and innovation. Within the framework of the S&T Agreement, the Academy of Business Finland and Finland together with the Department of Science and Technology, the Department of Biotechnology, Government of India and the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment of Finland have been successfully cooperating for more than a decade.
फिनलैंड ने भारत को 5जी, 6जी और जलवायु परिवर्तन में सहयोग का आश्वासन दिया