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Context: Recently, Germany has announced new development commitments to the tune of more than Euro 1.2 billion (approx. INR 10,025 crore) to aid India's fight against climate change and to cooperate on clean energy.
Inter-Governmental Consultations (IGC) was set up in 2011 at the level of Head of Governments (German Chancellor and PM).
Germany is India’s largest trading partner in Europe.
Development Cooperation: Germany’s development cooperation with India remains a major component of bilateral relations and it focuses on the following areas:
Financial assistance from Germany is mainly as soft loan, composite loans or grants routed through German Government’s Development Bank.
Security Cooperation: There are dialogue mechanisms on various aspects of security, including Joint Working Group on Counter Terrorism.
Institutional Cooperation Arrangements: Several institutionalized arrangements exist between India and Germany to discuss bilateral and global issues of interest namely:
Sister States: Some States and Cities of India and Germany have entered into twinning arrangements.
Defence Cooperation: India-Germany Defence Cooperation Agreement (2006) provides a framework for bilateral defence cooperation.
Economic & Commercial Relations: Germany is India's largest trading partner in Europe and it facilitates in trade activities.
Science & Technology: Indo-German Science & Technology cooperation started with the signing of the Intergovernmental S&T Cooperation Agreement in 1971 and 1974.
Culture: India and Germany have a long tradition of academic and cultural exchange.
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