They appreciated the ongoing co-operation between the two countries in the education field, collaborations in the areas of scientific research, collaborations between the universities of both countries and further discussed the needs to have more arrangements for co-operation in the field of education and research.
They also highlighted the need for more collaborations in the areas of scientific research as well as research in social science and humanities. In-fact they also signed a MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) on Educational Cooperation between the two countries who also signed during the meeting.
By this, both the countries have agreed to co-operate in Education as in different fields through Exchange of scholars, teachers, researchers, organization of training programmes for teaching professionals, facilitating mutual recognition of educational qualifications, exchange of academic scholarship for higher education, organization of seminars, promotion of languages of both the countries and application of information technology and open educational resources.
Moreover, the sources also says that these two countries have agreed to form a Joint Working Group (JWG) in order to monitor the implementation of the programmes as mentioned in the MoU.