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Vibhav Kant Upadhyay briefs mediapersons on the Global Partnership Summit 2017
Vibhav Kant Upadhyay, founder-chairman of the Global Partnership Summit, an initiative of India Center Foundation (ICF), recently briefed mediapersons at 'The Foreign Correspondents Club of South Asia' in New Delhi, where he said that the summit would emphasize on various developmental themes between the two nations - India and Japan.

The Global Partnership Summit (GPS), scheduled to be held from December 11 to 14 in New Delhi, will propose several developmental projects keeping the Indian concerns and conditions in mind.

While interacting with scribes from various media platforms, Upadhyay, who also heads the India Centre Foundation (ICF), said that apart from Indo-Japan partnership, the summit would also focus on Africa's developmental model. He further added that leaders, diplomats, bureaucrats, intellectuals from various countries will deliberate on an inclusive model of development, that will play a key role in strengthening the overall infrastructure from Asia to Africa.

Talking about the GPS, he said, "This summit is going to be drawing on the expertise and experience of world leaders in government, business and civil society. This can only lead to a win-win situation for all concerned."

"The GPS is a one of a kind effort to bring together intellectuals, corporations, government agencies, NGOs and many others under one umbrella. This summit will certainly bring out the best of the best in business, governance and civil society," he added further.

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