Sign Cultural Agreement

The two sides agreed to pro­mote exchanges of cul­tural and artis­tic experts, per­form­ing arts fes­ti­vals, visual arts, pho­tog­ra­phy and design, archi­tec­ture, muse­ums and exhi­bi­tions, music, dance, dance and the­atre by allow­ing annual vis­its by experts, artists, pro­duc­ers and cura­tors. “The two sides are con­vinced that this coop­er­a­tion should con­tribute to the devel­op­ment of their rela­tions and the aware­ness of young peo­ple, in par­tic­u­lar, about the his­tory and cul­ture of the peo­ples of the two coun­tries and agree to pro­mote coop­er­a­tion to improve and strengthen mutual under­stand­ing and friend­ship between the two coun­tries,” the agree­ment said. — The pub­lic pub­lic and cre­ative indi­vid­u­als, com­pa­nies of the coun­try have more oppor­tu­ni­ties to access new forms of artis­tic and cul­tural trends of con­sump­tion in the world of arts. — the intro­duc­tion of Viet­namese cul­tural and cre­ative val­ues in for­eign coun­tries, the inter­est and under­stand­ing of the peo­ple of this coun­try for Viet­nam, the improve­ment of the friend­ship between the two coun­tries and the grad­ual expan­sion of mar­kets that later con­sume Viet­namese cul­tural prod­ucts and ser­vices. The nego­ti­a­tion and sign­ing of inter­na­tional treaties, inter­na­tional coop­er­a­tion agree­ments in the field of cul­ture, cre­ate a legal basis for the imple­men­ta­tion of coop­er­a­tion activ­i­ties between the two coun­tries. How­ever, in order to make effec­tive use of these coop­er­a­tion instru­ments, we should develop spe­cific plans/programmes iden­ti­fy­ing the sources of fund­ing, tim­ing and agen­cies respon­si­ble for imple­ment­ing the activ­i­ties. In addi­tion to the coop­er­a­tion agree­ments between the two gov­ern­ments and the coop­er­a­tion programme/plan between the Min­istries of Cul­ture, coop­er­a­tion agree­ments between the cul­tural and artis­tic orga­ni­za­tions of the two coun­tries should be pro­moted. The agree­ment was signed between Israeli For­eign Min­is­ter Gabi Ashke­nazi and India‘s Ambas­sador to Israel San­jeev Singla New Delhi: on August 20, India and Israel signed a three-year cul­tural agree­ment to fur­ther strengthen people-to-people ties. At the For­eign Min­istry, the agree­ment was signed by Gabi Ashke­nazi, Israel‘s for­eign min­is­ter and India‘s ambas­sador to Israel San­jeev Singla.

- the estab­lish­ment of a coop­er­a­tion mech­a­nism between the gov­ern­men­tal author­i­ties respon­si­ble for cul­ture of the two coun­tries in order to pro­mote cul­tural exchanges between the two coun­tries. Among the main areas of coop­er­a­tion iden­ti­fied to pro­mote cul­tural rela­tions are the exchange of cul­tural and artis­tic experts, the pro­mo­tion of coop­er­a­tion in the pro­tec­tion of cul­tural her­itage and archae­ol­ogy with the help of the Israel Antiq­ui­ties Author­ity (IIA) and the Archae­o­log­i­cal Sur­vey of India (ASI), as well as the orga­ni­za­tion of lit­er­ary fes­ti­vals and book fairs, as well as pro­mot­ing the trans­la­tion of famous works into the lan­guages of the other. Gabi Ashke­nazi, Israel‘s for­eign min­is­ter, and San­jeev Singla, India‘s ambas­sador to Israel, signed the agree­ment at the For­eign Min­istry in Israel.