India–Switzerland relations

India-Switzerland relations



India–Switzerland relations, or Indo-Swiss relations, refers to the bilateral relationship between the Republic of India and the Switzerland.


The first diplomatic engagement between the countries was a Treaty of Friendship signed at New Delhi on August 14, 1948. Diplomatic missions between the two countries were opened in Bern and Delhi soon after its conclusion. Switzerland established its Consulates General in Mumbai and Bangalore. India has a Consulate General in Geneva.[1]


Narendra Modi visited Geneva in 2016 to strengthen the bilateral relations of two countries.[2] He raised the black money issue with Swiss Government and secured its support for Indian claim to NSG membership.[3]

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