Health Minister JP Nadda seeks Sweden’s cooperation in ‘Make in India’ campaign
New Delhi, Nov 24 (ANI): The India-Sweden MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) Celebration Conference was inaugurated in New Delhi by Swedish Healthcare, Public Health and Sports Minister Gabriel Wikstrom on Monday. This conference was organised to commemorate the five years of successful cooperation in the field of healthcare and public health. Speaking at the conference, India’s Health Minister JP Nadda said that he hoped that Sweden will provide an impetus for the ‘Make in India’ campaign. Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the ‘Make in India’ campaign seeking to make India a global manufacturing hub. Nadda further said that the arrival of the Swedish delegation to India reflected a commensurate desire for enhanced relations. He further added that India looks forward to an effective partnership with Sweden. Overall, the conference took stock of the development in recent years and planned at a roadmap for the future.
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