The four agreements are signed in the areas of avoidance of double taxation; visa exemption on diplomatic and official passports; judicial cooperation, which seeks collaboration in training and expedition of judicial matters affecting the two countries and their citizens; and for the establishment of an Entrepreneurship Development Institute in Zambia.
The President also received a ceremonial reception.
On Sunday, he wrapped up the first-ever visit of an Indian head to Equatorial Guinea, where, President Kovind announced to open an Indian embassy to strengthen the diplomatic ties between the two countries.
Zambia, the current stop of the President's Africa tour, is known for being one of the oldest democracies with an uninterrupted and peaceful transition of power. The country has a multi-party democracy since 1991. (ANI)