The Government of the Republic of Korea and the Government of Canada will develop bilateral relations on the basis of a strong strategic partnership and seek new opportunities to expand cooperation in science, technology and innovation. This agreement does not affect the rights and obligations of a party arising from other international instruments to which it belongs. If the contracting parties wish that this agreement would apply to a non-binding agreement between them, they would refer to this agreement. The new coronavirus offers a powerful and extremely clear lesson on the appropriate role of science, which leads us to a better future. Governments around the world are responding to science to contain the coronavirus pandemic. By focusing on Africa`s needs and priorities and meeting The African Union`s Agenda 2063 “Africa We Want,” AIDS will support UNESCO in strengthening science, technology and innovation and governance systems in some African countries. The world needs science to understand and respond to development challenges. And science needs skilled and dedicated scientists who work in strong scientific institutions. UNESCO`s 2017 recommendation for scientific and scientific researchers provides an operational vision of how to mobilize science for a better world, as well as a normative and monitoring framework for the proper functioning of national rights-based ITS systems capable of promoting evidence-based strategies and strategies. By working with UNESCO to make the recommendation a lever for positive change across Africa, AIDS is promoting its key development priorities. 9th Vietnam-USA The joint meeting of the Committee on Scientific and Technological Cooperation (JCM) in 2015 focused on setting up supportive environments for future scientists and young entrepreneurs, promoting networks and exchanges for S-T, and ensuring inclusion in the S-T zone during the JCM in Ho Chi-Min-Ville.
Fifteen years after the signing of a U.S. agreement on Vietnam`s science and technology, the JCM included the participation of a wide range of Vietnamese interest groups and 16 U.S. universities, institutes and businesses. Dr. Geraldine Richmond, who began her term in 2015 as mekong`s Chief Scientist, also participated in the JCM and encouraged women`s commitment to science and health. This agreement establishes the institutional framework for cooperation activities in the field of science, technology and innovation for peaceful purposes, in areas of common interest, based on equality and mutual benefits. The agreement continues cooperation activities in the field of innovation, which include, in addition to joint cooperation activities in the field of science and technology, commercially viable research and development, the commercialization of technologies, the incubation of start-ups.