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Russia and India will train qualified specialists in the field of renewable energy sources

Evgeny Dod, CEO of RusHydro, and Sonan Chombay, Head of Administration and Planning of Arunachal Pradesh (India), signed a declaration of intent to develop educational projects in the field of hydropower and renewable energy sources. First of all, this project is focused on the preparation of the necessary qualified personnel reserve.

Such an agreement fits into the framework of the current full-scale development of Russia's cooperation with Indian business circles. It also shows the interest of the Indian authorities in implementing joint educational projects in order to use the best practices and competences in the development of alternative energy sources.

As noted by Eugene Dod, Russia and India maintain and develop close ties, but in new areas the strengthening of Russian-Indian cooperation is not going as fast as it would be desirable. The conclusion of such declarations plays an important role in this process, as it shows the importance of relations between the two countries in the field of renewable energy sources.

On the Indian side, Nabam Touki, the Prime Minister of Arunachal Pradesh, confirms: “The signed declaration of intent will help bring bilateral relations between RusHydro and the state of Arunachal Pradesh to a new level. The Declaration should become a necessary basis for improving the competitiveness and sustainable development of the state in the knowledge economy and contribute to the strengthening of long-term mutually beneficial cooperation between the two countries. "

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