International Current Affairs for July Month

Hello, Everyone here we are again like before coming along with new international current affairs for July month. You will encounter with many competitive exams for that you must have knowledge of these subjective terminology. Current affairs are vital part of every examination so clear your ideology here we are providing you list of many international issues:

  • India and Spain signed seven agreements

PM of India has welcomed Spain for infrastructure, tourism, energy and defencecompanies to invest in priority sectors in India. The main agreement for transfer of sentence Persons, many agreement based on cooperation are as:
Mou on cooperation in organ transplantation
Mou on cooperation in cyber security
Mou on cooperation in Renewable Energy
Mou on cooperation in civil Aviation
MoU between Foreign service Institute and Diplomatic Academy of Spain

  • India and Russia signed five Pacts

An agreement on cultural exchange for a period of two years (2017-2019) has been signed between these two countries in between Russian president Vladimir Putin during the visit of PM Modi to Russia.

India and Russia have decided to hold the first tri-service exercises, named “Indra-2017” and co-production of Kamov-226 military helicopter.

  • US exits from Paris climate deal

The US is the second largest emitter of greenhouse gases in world, right behind china. Along with US two other countries-Syria and Nicaragua have rejected the nonbinding agreement.
It help to set nonbinding agreement for countries to reach peak greenhouse gas effect as soon as possible.

  • Six Arab Nations Cut Diplomatic Ties with Qatar

Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Egypt, Yemen, Libya and UAE have suspended their diplomatic ties with Qatar. All the six countries has announced that they would withdraw their diplomatic staff from Qatar and eject Qatar’s diplomats from their territories. They also planned to cut air traffic and sea routes. This is because of list of many reasons as Egypt has accused Qatar for supporting terrorist groups and taking an antagonist

  • Nepal signs Agreement for Mega Hydro project with Chinese firm

Nepal has stuck a major deal with China Gezhouba Group Corporation (CGGC) for developing a 1200 Mw Budhigandaki Hydroelectric Project, which will be the biggest hydro project in Nepal having potential to resolve its perennial power crises. The MoU signed in presence of outgoing Prime minister of Nepal and Chinese Ambassador.

  • Agreement between India and Somalia on transfer of sentenced person

By signing the agreement with Somalia shall facilitate the Indian prisoners imprisoned in Somalia or vice-versa to be near to their families, for serving remaining part of their sentence and shall facilitate their social rehabilitation. Hence the Repatriation of Prisoners Act,2003 was enacted for this purpose

  • India to be Co-Partner Country in ANUGA 2017

ANUGA- an acronym for AllgemeineNahrungs Und GenubmittelAusstellung is the world’s biggest and most important trade fair for food and beverage trade.
ANUGA offers an extensive supporting program with Lectures, special exhibition and attractive industry events

  • India- South Korea sign Agreements to push Infrastructure Development and Bilateral Trade.

South Korea strives to diversity its economic partnerships and India being world’s fastest growing major economics that offers immense opportunity to Korea to diversity. Both the countries have decided to establish a mechanism at senior official levels to identify good infrastructure projects in India to make use of funding.

  • 21 June- International Yoga Day

3rd international day of yoga is being observed. The purpose of the yoga day is to promote yoga and make it is a part of people’s daily routine.  According to UN, this year Yoga Day theme is “Yoga for health” has been chosen to highlight the facts that yoga can contribute in a holistic way to archive equilibrium between mind and state of body.

  • India and Portugal signs 11 pacts

India and Portugal have agreed to set up a joint science and technology fund of four million euros. The objective behind the centre is to provide a shared environment for supporting new climate, earth, space and marine research.

AGREEMENTS:
MoU on Nano Technology
MoU on youth and sports
MoU on cultural cooperation
MoU on Biotechnology
MoU on Collaborative Research
MoU on Public Administration & Governance Reform

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