Brazil, India committed to environment protection

Brazil, India committed to environment protection
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16 July 2014
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The agreements were signed by Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at a ceremony in Brazil's capital city Brasilia. The two leaders were attending the Sixth BRICS Summit, which started on Tuesday in Fortaleza, northeastern of Brazil.

The agreement on the environmental protection foresees partnership in several areas, such as climate change, reforestation, water conservation and biofuels.p The agreement on satellite data processing focuses on an expansion in the processing of Indian satellite data by Brazilian stations, to help fight deforestation in Amazon Rainforest areas.

The two countries also agreed to exchange information on their citizens through diplomatic channels.

India is Brazil's 12th largest trade partner. The Brazil-India trade amounted to 9.5 billion U.S. dollars in 2013. The two governments aimed to raise the figure to 15 billion dollars in the next few years.

Editor: Mu Xuequan

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