Celebrations to mark 60 years of Indo-German diplomatic ties begin
Peter Loscher, Asia-Pacific Committee of German Business (APA) chairman and Siemens AG president and CEO, said, ‘‘The words ‘infinite opportunities’, which aptly carry the motto of our project, say a great deal about why this year is so meaningful for so many of us. We want the 15-month celebration to enhance and further develop strategic partnerships between our countries, strengthening business ties, cultural links and personal connections... APA wants the relationship between Germany and India grow even more in the years to come and also build stronger partnerships, and contribute to innovation and sustainability here in India.’’
Speaking on the occasion, Matussek said, ‘‘With the Year of Germany in India we want to breathe life into our strategic partnership. We are setting up an exchange of ideas: people to people, Indians and Germans ...German hightech and Indian brains will find solutions to the challenges posed by rapid urbanisation.With the Mobile Space, a cluster of high tech pavillions, we will create a buzz in seven of India’s megacities, with a highly attractive programme directed primarily at the young, urban youth. This is the biggest presence that Germany has ever
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