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by Economic Times (India)

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IBSA does not attach strings to its cooperation

India’s Permanent Representative to the UN Asoke Mukerji noted the issue of “increased burden sharing” being talked about in the UN during a special event titled ‘IBSA Fund Experiences in South South Cooperation: Innovations, Strengths and Joint Vision for the 2030 Agenda’ yesterday.

“First, we in the Fund do not look at our cooperation with partner developing countries as a ‘burden’. We do not attach strings to our cooperation, unlike the traditional approach of North-South cooperation,” he said.

Mukerji said India’s national approach on such cooperation has stressed on the concept of “sharing”.

Available: http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/economy/foreign-trade/ibsa-does-not-attach-strings-to-its-cooperation-india/articleshow/48884212.cms 

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