Documents signed during President Park's State visit to India
1. Agreement on the Protection of Classified Military Information:
ROK and India agree to cooperate in the field of defence and to ensure the protection of classified military information exchanged under this agreement. Signatories were Defence Minister of India Shri A K Antony and ROK Foreign Minister Mr. Yun Byung-se.
2. Implementing Agreement for Cooperation in the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI) agree to promote the peaceful uses of outer space in the interests of international cooperation at regional and global level. Signatories were Dr. K Radhakrishnan, Chairman of ISRO & Secretary, Department of Space and Kim Seung-Jo, President of KARI.
3. MOU on a Joint Applied Research and Development Programme in Science and Technology
ROK’s Ministry Of Science, ICT and Future Planning and India’s Ministry Of Science And Technology agree to develop further cooperation in the field of prospective technologies for the common benefit of the two countries by involving industry-academia-institute partnerships for translational research leading to the practical application of research and development (R&D) findings, and to cooperate in a joint applied research and development program. Signatories were India’s External Affairs Minister Shri Salman Khurshid and ROK’s Minister of Science, ICT and Future Planning Mr. Choi Mun-Kee.
4. Cultral Exchange Programme for the years 2014-2017
India and ROK agree to enhance cooperative activities under the Cultural Agreement concluded between the governments of the two countries on 12 August 1974. Signatories were Shri Ravindra Singh, Secretary, Ministry of Culture and Ambassador of RoK in India Dr. Lee Joon- Gyu.
5. MOU on the Establishment of Nalanda University
India and ROK agree to cooperate in reviving Nalanda University as an international institution that will advance the concept of an Asian community by bringing together future generations in a common objective of making new discoveries of old relationships to realize a unity of minds. Signatories were Shri Vishnu Prakash, Ambassador of India to RoK and Dr. Lee Joon- Gyu, Ambassador of RoK in India.
6. Agreement on Cooperation between Doordarshan and Korea International Broadcasting Foundation (Arirang Tv)
Both sides agree to develop and strengthen mutual friendly relations in the field of Broadcasting with the aim of leading to greater understanding between the two countries. Signatories were Shri Tripurari Sharan, Director General, Doordarshan and Ms. Shon Jie-ae, CEO, Arirang TV.
7. Joint Declaration of Intent on Cooperation in the field of Information and Communications Technology
India’s Ministry Of Communications & IT and ROK’s Ministry Of Science, ICT And Future Planning signed a declaration of intent to promote, facilitate and support joint ventures, joint initiatives and markets in the ICT sector. Signatories were India’s Minister of Communications & IT Shri Kapil Sibal and ROK’s Minister of Science, ICT and Future Planning Mr. Choi Mun-Kee.
8. MOU on Cooperation and Information Exchange for Development of an Arrangement for Mutual Recognition of Certifying Authorities
India’s Controller of Certifying Authorities (CCA) under Ministry Of Communications & IT and ROK’s Korea Internet & Security Agency (KISA) signed an MOU to develop cooperation between the parties for facilitating development of an arrangement which will provide such Mutual Recognition of the certifying Authorities of the two countries. Signatories were Shri T.A. Khan, Controller of Certifying Authorities and Mr. Jin-Soo Lim, Vice Head of Korea Certification Authority Central, Korea Internet & Security Agency.
9. MOU on Cooperation in the field of Cyber Security
Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) under Ministry Of Communications & IT and ROK’s Korea Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Center (KRCERT/Cc) of Korea Internet & Security Agency (KISA) signed an MOU to develop cooperation between the Parties in the area of Information Security to deter cyber threats and to further improve computer security readiness and raise awareness around the importance of keeping systems secure, and security practices and procedures current and up to date. Signatories were Dr. Gulshan Rai, DG (CERT-In) and Mr. Kijoo Lee, President (KISA)