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27 January 2010
New Delhi, India

Swedish Minister for Elderly Care and Public Health Maria Larsson is coming to India to boost bilateral relations in the field of public health.

As part of her visit, India and Sweden will hold a health week beginning Feburary 1. The five–day programme, will see ministerial bilateral meetings and signing of agreements in the healthcare sector.

Indo–Swedish thematic workshops will also be held on anti–biotic resistance, pharmaceuticals, public health, alcohol, adolescent health and public health research, the Swedish embassy in New Delhi said Friday.

In addition, round tables will be organised on sustainable and affordable healthcare and seminars on innovating and partnering with technology, the way ahead to accessible healthcare.

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