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PM Narendra Modi Departure Statement: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going on a three-day three-nation tour. He will visit Germany, Denmark and France to participate in bilateral and multilateral events.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Prime Minister Narendra Modi) will visit Germany, Denmark and France for bilateral and multilateral events. At the same time, PM Modi said before his visit to Berlin, Copenhagen and Paris, my visit to Berlin is Chancellor Scholz (German Chancellor Olaf Scholz) with whom I met last year at the G20. We will be co-chairing the 6th India-Germany Inter-Governmental Consultations (IGC), a unique biennial format that India will be hosting only in Germany (Germany).Germany) conducts with. He said that many Indian ministers will also visit Germany and hold discussions with their German counterparts.
The PM said that after the new government in Germany comes within six months of its formation, consider the IGC as an early engagement, which will be helpful in identifying our priorities for the medium and long term. Prime Minister said, from Berlin I will travel to Copenhagen, where I will have a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Fredriksen, which will provide an opportunity to review progress in our unique ‘Green Strategic Partnership’ with Denmark.
Will take part in India-Nordic summit
I will also participate in the 2nd India-Nordic Summit with the Prime Ministers of Denmark, Iceland, Finland, Sweden and Norway. The summit will focus on topics such as post-pandemic economic recovery, climate change, renewable energy, etc. The final stop of the PM’s tour will be Paris, the capital of France. Regarding this, he said, during my visit, I will stop in Paris to meet my friend President Macron. This will also give us an opportunity to prepare the roadmap for the next phase of the strategic partnership between India and France. I and President Macron will discuss various regional and global issues and take stock of the ongoing bilateral cooperation.
3 day trip to all 3 countries
Regarding PM Modi’s three-nation visit, Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra said, Prime Minister will visit Germany, Denmark and France for bilateral and multilateral programs. The 3-day, 3-nation visit of the Prime Minister has an intense program with a substantial and comprehensive agenda. On May 3, PM Modi will visit Copenhagen. This will be the Prime Minister’s first visit to Denmark, but his third summit level talks and discussions with the Danish Prime Minister will focus on bilateral issues and issues of global and regional interest.
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