Promoting Bilateral Trade and Cultural Exchange: GTTCI Strengthens Ties Between India and Suriname

New Delhi, October 27, 2023 – The Global Trade & Technology Council (India) (GTTCI) marked a significant milestone in international collaboration with the launch of the GTTC India Suriname Forum at the Embassy of Suriname in New Delhi. The event was graced by the esteemed presence of HE Mr Arunkoemar Hardien, the Ambassador of Suriname, alongside several distinguished diplomats and notable personalities. Dignitaries Gather to Foster Stronger Relations The occasion witnessed the honorable presence of Ambassador of Papua New Guinea – HE Mr Paulias Korni OBE and a diplomat from High Commission of Fiji along with Dr. Sandeep Marwah – Chancellor of AAFT, underscoring the event’s significance in fostering global partnerships. Dr. Gaurav Gupta, Founder President of GTTCI, and HE Mr Arunkoemar Hardien, symbolically sealed the partnership by signing the certificate of establishment, alongside Mr. SK Tandon, Chairman of the GTTC India Suriname Forum, marking a crucial step towards fostering closer ties Special Guests IRS Anurag Prasad along with Ms. Sanjana Jon also graced the occasion and Ms. Nishi Singh presented a musical performance. Cultural Enrichment and Promising Collaborations The event was further enriched by captivating performances from various Indian artists, adding a cultural touch to the celebration. Dr. Gupta, in his welcoming address, set the tone for an evening dedicated to strengthening international relations and fostering cultural understanding. Additionally, His Excellency, in his address, emphasized the promising partnership and commended the commendable efforts of GTTCI in promoting bilateral trade and cultural exchange.

Furthermore, Mr. SK Tandon, Chairman of the GTTC India Suriname Forum, articulated his vision and strategic plan to enhance bilateral trade and cultural ties between the two nations, highlighting the Forum’s pivotal role in fostering sustainable collaboration. The event culminated with the release of the October edition of GTTC Insights, the monthly newsletter of GTTCI, by the esteemed board members and dignitaries, including Dr. Parmeet Singh Chadha, Ankur Khandelwal, Mahendra Sharma, Payal Kansal, and Prerna Kohli. Notably, the event saw the participation of esteemed guests from Korea and Russia, further accentuating the event’s global significance and reach.

The launch was a great success and the event was further made merrier by Madam Excellency Sabita who prepared Surinamese delicacies for the guests and the hospitality of Dr. Gaurav Goyal – Gopal’s 56 The launch of the GTTC India Suriname Forum signifies a new chapter in the diplomatic and trade relations between India and Suriname, fostering a robust platform for continued collaboration and mutual growth.