Czech Republic wants to have strategic partnership with India
17, Mar 2019
Czech Republic and India have strong bilateral and economic ties and both countries want to elevate it to the next level.
Czech Republic–India relations
Economic relations between India and Czech Republic date back to the Middle Ages.
People in both countries have always been interested in learning more about the history, language and culture of the other country.
During the years after India’s independence, Czechoslovakia also played a role as a vital economic partner.
Today, both India and Czech Republic have established close relations when it comes to trade, investment and tourism.
The following is a list of some of the important agreements signed between India and Czech Republic:
- 1966: Agreement on the use of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes
- 1973: Agreement on scientific, technical and industrial cooperation
- 1978: Agreement on cooperation in sea transportation
- 1993: Trade Agreement between the Government of the Czech Republic and the Government of the Republic of India
- 1998: Bilateral Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement (BIPPA)
- 1999: Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (DTAA)
- 2003: Agreement on Defence Cooperation between the Government of the Czech Republic and the Government of the Republic of India
- 2010: Agreement on Economic Cooperation between the Government of the Czech Republic and the Government of the Republic of India.