India, Lithuania deep tech startups agree to work together on semiconductor chips
Singh said that India has made rapid progress in the fields of science, technology and innovation in the last nine years under Prime Minister Narendra Modi and conveyed to the Lithuanian side that India is ready to extend all help to its old partner. Is. He said, apart from rapid and globally recognized achievements in space, its biotech reputation is in front of the world in the case of 4 indigenous vaccines for COVID.
The Lithuanian minister mentioned that a global multinational company from his country, “Teltonica” is working with Taiwan to manufacture sophisticated chips and the company also has a presence in India and the chip making cooperation will take a new dimension in the coming years. can be taken to higher altitudes.
The Department of Science and Technology, through the Ministry of External Affairs, has been negotiating a science and technology agreement with Lithuania since 2010. In April 2010, a revised Indian counter-draft incorporating some minor amendments was formally submitted to the Lithuanian side and its formal response is still awaited.