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Prime Minister Narendra Modi was given a grand welcome by the members of the Indian community on his arrival in the German capital on Monday and India’s color and diversity were on display at Berlin’s famous Brandenburg Gate.
Indian Ministry of External Affairs (Ministry of External AffairsGiving information about PM’s visit, said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Prime Minister Narendra Modi) on Monday, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz (Olaf Scholz) had a bilateral meeting with. The meeting was held ahead of the sixth round of biennial inter-governmental consultations between India and Germany. The Prime Minister was given a ceremonial guard of honor and was received by Chancellor Scholz. After this both the leaders met face to face, after which delegation level talks took place. The discussions covered key areas of bilateral cooperation under the overall strategic partnership as well as regional and global development. This was the first meeting of Prime Minister Modi with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi was accorded a grand welcome by members of the Indian community on his arrival in the German capital on Monday and India’s colors and diversity were on display at Berlin’s famous Brandenburg Gate. This is the fifth visit of Prime Minister Modi to Germany. Earlier, he had visited Germany in April 2018, July 2017, May 2017 and April 2015. Prime Minister Modi reached Germany on Monday morning on the first leg of his three-nation tour of Europe. During his visit, Modi will also visit Denmark and France. Prime Minister Modi’s Europe visit is taking place in the midst of the Ukraine crisis, on which almost the whole of Europe is united against Russia.
Guard of Honor given to Prime Minister Modi
The Prime Minister was accorded a ceremonial guard of honor and received by Chancellor Scholz at the Federal Chancellery. The two leaders thereafter met in a one-on-one format followed by delegation-level talks: Ministry of External Affairs pic.twitter.com/wVmLmUGGTo
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PM Modi arrives in Germany on the first leg of his three-nation tour
Before leaving for Europe, Prime Minister Modi had said in his statement that his visit to Berlin would provide an opportunity for talks with Chancellor Olaf Scholz, whom he met at the G20 last year, then Vice Chancellor and Finance Minister. were. The Prime Minister said that I see this IGC as an initiative of dialogue with the new government of Germany, which is taking place within six months of the formation of the government. This will help in identifying medium and long term priorities.
Also, Prime Minister Modi said that in the year 2021, India and Germany celebrated 70 years of diplomatic relations and the countries have been strategic partners since 2000. He said that I look forward to holding talks with Chancellor Olaf Scholz on issues related to strategic, regional and global development between the two countries.
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