Embassy of the Slovak Republic in New Delhi
|50-M, Niti Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, India |
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|Tel.: ||+91 1126889071, +91 1126885340, +91 1126111075 |
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On 9-11 November 2017, in Mumbai, a ceremony kicked off a project to promote cooperation between Slovak and Indian innovative companies - SLOVAKIA HUB. The main organizers and sponsors of the event were the Indian Chamber of Commerce in the Slovak Republic (INDCHAM), Slovak IT company ESET, Slovak Alliance for Innovative economy SAPIE and the Embassy of the Slovak Republic in Delhi.
On 9-11 November 2017, in Mumbai, a ceremony kicks off a project to promote cooperation between Slovak and Indian innovative companies - SLOVAKIA HUB.
We engage in lively bilateral relations with Vietnam and we can see mutual willingness to develop them, with special emphasis on economic and commercial cooperation and also cooperation in the multilateral area.
State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic, Lukáš Parízek, visited South India’s Bengaluru today (27 September) and held talks with leading officials from the local government and ceremonially opened the Consular Office of the Slovak Republic. This already is the third honorary consulate in the Republic of India and covers the states of Karnataka and Kerala and its role, besides providing consular assistance to Slovak citizens, will also be fostering the development of economic, trade and other contacts between Slovakia and India.
The goal of the working visit by the Slovak delegation led by State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic, Lukáš Parízek, in India is boosting economic cooperation at inter-state as well as regional levels. State Secretary Parízek held several bilateral talks and introduced the delegation of Slovak business leaders from defence and energy industries on 26 September 2017. “We perceive India as an important regional player with the ambition to increase its influence within the globalized world,” noted State Secretary Parízek in the introduction to the working visit and added: “This country has extraordinary economic and human potential.” And the role of the Slovak delegation headed by Parízek is to bring specific results from the working trip.