Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent visits to Mozambique and Brazil, and focus on IBSA and BRICS, have set the foundations of a new focus on the global South. It offers a new scope for Indo-Portuguese cooperation in Latin America, Africa and Asia.
This discussion will explore the potential for economic and security partnership between India, Portugal and the Lusophone nations.
The key questions include:
Prime Minister of Portugal, H.E. António Costa, will deliver the address on: India and the Portuguese speaking world — a partnership for the 21st century.
Read the programme details here.
Augusto Santos Silva, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Government of Portugal
C. Raja Mohan, Director, Carnegie India
Constantino Xavier, Fellow, Carnegie India
Latha Reddy, Former Deputy National Security Advisor, Government of India
Manuel Caldeira Cabral, Minister of Economy, Government of Portugal
R. Vishwanathan, Former Ambassador of India to Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay
Sunjoy Joshi, Director, Observer Research Foundation
The timing of the event is from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.