Bilateral Agreements

Bilateral Agreements

Bilateral Agreements

Bilateral co-operation in various fields is governed by the Joint Commission (JCM) on Economic and Technical Co-operation. The seventh JCM was held in Seychelles in May, 2010.   


To facilitate cooperation further, a number of bilateral agreements/MOUs have already been signed during the last few decades some of which are:


Air Services Agreement

1981

Agreement on Tourism

1996

Trade Agreement

2000

Joint Business Council

2000

MOUs on Healthcare,  Defence and Science and Technology

2003

Cultural Exchange Programme

2003-05

MoU for setting up of an Information Technology Centre in Seychelles

February 2010

Bilateral Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement (BIPPA)

June 2010

MoU on the stationing of an Indian Navy’s Dornier aircraft in Seychelles

February 2011

MoU signed for supply of a new Dornier aircraft to Seychelles

Feb 2012

MoU for supply of a coastal surveillance radar system in the outer islands.

 

MoU on police research/training and MoU for cooperation in youth and sports affairs were signed during the visit of President of India to Seychelles

April & May 2012

MoU between India and Seychelles on deputation of Indian Naval Aviation Personnel to Seychelles for operational training and basic maintenance of Seychelles People’s  Defence Force (SPDF) Dornier Aircrafts.

September 2013