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India & Ukraine discuss potential partnership in shipbuilding

 

A Ukrainian delegation led by its Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade, Ms Nataliya Mykolska, met the Secretary, Ministry of Shipping, Mr Ravikant in New Delhi on Tuesday to discuss the potential for developing sustainable partnership between the two countries in the area of shipbuilding.

 

Giving an overview of the shipbuilding industry in their country, the Ukrainian delegation invited senior officials of the Ministry to visit Odessa and Kiev to study the logistics chain and shipbuilding yards in particular.

 

Mr Ravikant invited Ukraine to send a group-cum-business delegation to Cochin Shipyard Ltd (CSL). CSL is one of the major civilian shipyards in India and has been amongst the biggest in the country. It follows an open process for empanelment of vendors, and procurement is generally done through an open tender process. The Secretary suggested that interested vendors from Ukraine may contact CSL for participating in such tendering process.

 

The issue of a MoU pending to be signed between the Ministry of Shipping and the Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine in the field of maritime transport was also discussed. Though the necessary approval for signing the MoU was obtained from the Indian side in April 2013, it has not yet been inked. The Ukrainian Minister assured that she would ascertain the convenience of the Ukrainian side for signing the MoU signed at the earliest.

 

The Secretary Shipping also sought the support of Ukraine on the issue of India’s candidature for election to the IMO Council under Category "B". A formal request has already been sent to the Ukrainian government through the Embassy of India in Kiev in this regard. The Ukrainian Minister responded positively and assured that concerned authorities in Ukraine would be informed, said a release.

 

Source: Exim News Service - New Delhi, Sept. 13

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