Resolved to help India’s battle against dark cash: swiss bank

Switzerland President Doris Leuthard has said the nation is focused on supporting India’s battle against dark cash through trade of related data.

She said this last night amid a function at the Swiss Embassy here to dispatch festivities remembering the 70th year of strategic relations between the two nations.

“India is a decent companion. In these seven decades, we have tuned in to each other, given guidance, and gained from each other. This is the establishment on which a relationship stands today,” Leuthard said

“What’s more, Switzerland is focused on supporting India’s battle against dark cash through trade of related data and this year we anticipate the endorsement in our Parliament,” she said.

The Swiss president amid her four-day India visit held respective chats with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on an extensive variety of issues, including battling dark cash and participation in a few areas.

The 70th year festivities will be held till 2018. As a major aspect of the inaugural occasion, Leuthard, on the last leg of her excursion, congratulated a few “Fellowship Ambassador” from both the nations, including noted financial analyst M S Swaminathan, amid the capacity at the Embassy.

She likewise underscored on the business ties of the two nations, saying more than 250 Swiss organizations are working in India, while 140 Indian firms have nearness in Switzerland.

Our exchange volume is developing and different areas on which we can team up increasingly and cooperate are railroads, outline, film and tourism,” she said.

“I thank you (India) for your fellowship,” the Swiss president said.

Two short movies on circumstances in Switzerland and its way of life and 70 years of adventure of the two countries were additionally screened on the event.

Diplomats from a few nations, delegates from the business, workmanship and different areas were additionally among the individuals who went to the occasion facilitated at the sprawling patio nursery of the Embassy.

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