Santo Domingo.- President Danilo Medina met with India Foreign secretary for the West, Madhusudan Ganapathy, to bolster ties between the two countries and increase trade and Indian investments in Dominican Republic.
After the meeting which lasted around 30 minutes Ganapathy told reporters he’s pleased to have been received by president Danilo Medina just a few days since his inaugural.
He said they both agree that political relations between the two countries are good, while the trade potential of and other bilateral relations will increase to Dominican Republic’s benefit.
The meeting will likely consolidated trade, increasing scholarships for Dominican students, as well as cooperation in natural disaster management and economic areas.
Ganapathy had met with Foreign Minister Carlos Morales Thursday morning to discuss India-Dominican Republic cooperation, as Medina stated in his inaugural speech on August 16.