Russia and India agreed on cooperation in mineral exploration

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    Flags of Russia and India at the entrance to the meeting room of the leaders of the two countries, Vladimir Putin and Narendra Modi.

    MOSCOW, 7 Dec – Rosgeologia and the Geological Survey of India have agreed on cooperation in the field of geological exploration of minerals, the company said following the official visit of Russian President Vladimir Putin to India.
    Rosgeologia and the Geological Survey of India (GSI) signed a memorandum of understanding, which provides for cooperation in the field of geological exploration of minerals onshore and offshore India, as well as a scientific and technical partnership, “- said in a statement …
    In particular, the memorandum provides for the implementation of joint scientific and technical projects for exploration of deep-seated deposits, exploration of platinum group metals and rare earth metals, assessment and allocation of areas for predictive metallogenic mapping and consolidated predictive mapping of gold content.
    Rosgeo already has experience in conducting seismic surveys on the Indian shelf, and now we have offered the Geological Service to significantly expand cooperation to include prospecting for solid minerals. I am sure that our experience, competencies and advanced technologies will make a significant contribution to the study and development of the mineral resource base of India, “the words of the general director of” Rosgeology “Sergei Gorkov are quoted in the message.
    It is noted that the parties agreed to cooperate in the formation of a storage of geological and geophysical data, analysis and interpretation of airborne geophysical data, reprocessing and reinterpretation of 2D seismic data. Rosgeologia will cooperate with the GSI Marine and Coastal Research Service, and will also offer its services in the field of deep seismic exploration, magnetotelluric research and prospecting works using geochemical mapping.
    In addition, the parties also agreed to conduct joint research activities, exchange technologies and knowledge in the field of drilling, testing and laboratory analysis.

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