EU and India to resume negotiations on free trade agreement in June

The EU will resume talks with India on a free trade agreement. This was announced by EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen on Monday during a visit to India. The first talks are to take place in June. The relationship between the EU and India is one of the most important of the coming decade, and a stronger partnership is a priority for the EU. The EU is already India’s third most important trading partner.

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