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India and Brazil agreed to strengthen their bilateral relations

The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, and the President of Brazil, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, agreed to strengthen their bilateral relations during a meeting in Hiroshima, Japan, the first between the two dignitaries.

Modi and Lula, who participated as guests at the Group of Seven (G7) Summit that ended this Sunday in the Japanese city, discussed the strategic partnership between the two countries.

They also examined ways to strengthen it, mainly in defense production, trade, pharmaceuticals, agriculture, dairy, and livestock, as well as biofuels and clean energy.

Modi said in the meeting with Lula that India and . . .

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