Indo-German Summit 2015 held in Bengaluru
The Indo-German Summit 2015 has been held in Bengaluru on 6 October, 2015. The summit was organised by Nasscom. Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with German Chancellor Angela Merkel attended the summit. Industrialists from India and Germany and deligates from 15 states attended the summit. In this summit both the nations signed five B to B (Business to Business) agreements.

BRICS Ministerial migration meeting held in Sochi
The First BRICS Ministerial migration meeting was held in Sochi on October 8, 2015. The discussion of the meeting focused on the regulation of migration processes exerting greater influence on the geopolitical environment in the world. Alongside with the meeting the round table on “New strategies of managing migration as the key to a successful development of society” was organized. The BRICS leaders emphasized the importance of mutual cooperation among BRICS countries in the migration area and welcomed Russia‘s initiative to hold the first BRICS Ministerial migration (Heads of migration authorities) meeting.

2015 IMF, World Bank Annual Meeting held in Peru
The 2015 annual meeting of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank has been held from 9-11 October, 2015 in Lima, the capital city of Peru. After 48 years the meeting was held in Latin America. Over ten thousand pariticipants from 188 countries attended the meeting. The main subjects of discussions are challenges facing the world economy, ways to combat illicit financial flows, private investment in renewable energy, structural reforms, among others. Arun Jaitley, Finance Minister from India also attended the meeting. IMF MD Christine Lagarde and World Bank President Jim Yang Kim attended the meeting. The meeting is very important for discussing and clarifying the road map for getting to the 100 billion dollars goal in climate finance.

5th Meeting of the India-Maldives Joint Commission held in Maldives
The 5th meeting of the India-Maldives Joint Commission was held on 11 October 2015 in Male, the capital of Maldives. India-Maldives Joint Commission was co-chaired by External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Maldivian foreign minister Dunya Maumoon. It assessed the entire range of bilateral relations including economic security and cultural aspects apart from focusing on the growing policy alignment between two countries as seen in India’s Neighbours First and Maldives India First policies.

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