Ottawa, April 15: India and Canada signed an agreement on Wednesday, April 15 for supplying uranium to New Delhi for its civilian nuclear programme for five years.
"The agreement on procurement of uranium from Canada for out civilian nuclear power plants launches a new era of bilateral cooperation," Prime Minister Narendra Modi said at a joint press conference here with his Canadian counterpart, Stephen Harper.
"Prime Minister Harper and I are committed to establish a new framework for economic partnership," he said.[PM Modi reaches Canada; to focus on energy, investments, ties, bilateral, make in india]
Apart from this, a number of agreements were signed following talks between the two leaders.
These are in the areas of civil aviation and space, skill development and higher education.
"Your visit indicates the strong friendship between Canada and India," Harper said in his remarks.
"This is a growing relationship. Trade potential between our countries is enormous." [Modi faces tough task to make India business-friendly: Canadian daily]