India, Nigeria Ink Pharma Deal

New Delhi, March 17 (IANS) India and Nigeria Wednesday inked an agreement for cooperation in the pharmaceutical sector in the national capital.

The external affairs ministry said the memorandum of understanding was signed by Arun Jha, India's joint secretary in the department of pharmaceuticals, and Paul B. Orhii, Nigeria's director general, national agency for food and drug administration and control.

It was signed in the presence of External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna and visiting Nigerian Foreign Minister H. Odein Ajumogobia, after both of them co-chaired the fifth session of the India-Nigeria Joint Commission.

Besides, the two ministers also signed the agreed minutes of discussions at the India-Nigeria Joint Commission.


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