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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday thanked Brazilian President Michel Temer for "understanding India's aspiration" for membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) and for support to India's actions against terrorism.
Modi, who met the Brazilian President on the sidelines of the BRICS summit here, where the two countries inked four MoUs, including on investment cooperation, also thanked Brazil for support for early adoption of the key anti-terror initiative at the UN - Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism (CCIT).
"We thank Brazil for understanding India's aspiration for membership of the Nuclear Suppliers' Group," the Prime Minister said.
"We deeply appreciate Brazil's support for India's actions in combating terrorism".
In his media statement, the Prime Minister described Brazil as among India's most important economic partners in Latin America.
We have increased interaction at all levels," Modi.
"Brazil is among our most important economic partners in Latin America. We have made progress in opening new areas of cooperation during this visit in drug regulation, agricultural research and cyber security," Modi said.
Modi said he had "sought President Temer's support in facilitating greater market access and investment opportunities for Indian products and companies" and that he was thankful for the Brazilian President's positive consideration.
"We have also made progress in opening new areas of cooperation during this visit in drug regulation, agricultural research and on cyber security issues," Modi said, adding that both sides have agreed to work closely at the United Nations, the G-20, G-4, WTO, BRICS, IBSA and other important platforms.
The four MoUs inked are in the field of agriculture and animal husbandry, on pharma products regulation, on cattle genomics and assisted reproductive technologies and on investment cooperation and facilitation treaty.
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