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List of MOUs and Agreements signed and exchanged on the occasion of the visit of Prime Minister to Stockholm (Read only for understanding)

MOUs/Agreements between India and Sweden
Joint Declaration on India-Sweden Innovation Partnership for a Sustainable Future between Ministry of Science and Technology of India and the Ministry of Enterprise and Innovaion

MOUs/Agreements between India and Denmark
MOU on Cooperation in the field of Sustainable and Smart Urban Development between the Ministry for Housing and Urban Affairs of India and the Ministry of Industry, Business and Financial Affairs of Denmark

MOU on Cooperation in the fields of Animal Husbandry and Dairying between Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying & Fisheries, Ministry of Agriculture & Farmers Welfare of India and the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration, Ministry of Environment and Food of Denmark

MOU on Food Safety Cooperation between the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India and the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration

MOU on Cooperation in Agricultural Research and Education between the Indian Council of Agricultural Research and the University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Science, Denmark

MOUs/Agreements between India and Iceland
MOU on the Establishment of the ICCR Chair for Hindi Language between Indian Council for Cultural Relations and the University of Iceland.

What is the difference between MOU and Agreement?

Memorandum of Understanding: A memorandum of understanding (MOU) is a document

between parties to express a convergence of will to indicate an intended common line of action, rather than a legal commitment. It is a formal alternative to a gentlemen’s agreement, but generally lacks the binding power of a contract.

Agreement: An agreement is a document written between parties to work together on an agreed upon project or meet an agreed-upon objective. Agreement is binding and holds the parties responsible to their commitment.

In bilateral or multilateral relations, MOU reflects the common understanding which further leads to discussions and negotiations amongst the parties. These discussions and negotiations may or may not conclude into agreement.

(Adapted from PIB and Background from PrepMate-Cengage IOBR Book, Chapter 2 Regional Organisations, Associations and Groupings, Page 62)

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