On Friday, January 25, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa arrived in India on an official state visit. The President came to the country in support of the South African business delegation and is going to spend two days there. Ramaphosa plans to meet with Indian investors and discuss ways for further economic interaction between countries.
It is also reported that Cyril Ramaphosa will be a special guest at the celebration of the seventieth anniversary of the adoption of the Indian constitution. The event will take place on Saturday, January 26th.
The Republic of South Africa and India have been partners for many years. So, India is in second place among the partners of South Africa in Asia and is included in the list of the ten best strategic partners.
The parties are going to improve bilateral ties and sign new agreements on higher education and training, art and culture, internal affairs, defense and energy.