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PM Narendra Modi Departed For India After 3 Day Europe Visit

PM Narendra Modi Departed For India After 3 Day Europe Visit
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PM Narendra Modi Departed For India After 3 Day Europe Visit

PM Modi Departed For India: India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s three-day Europe tour has come to an end. Concluding his three-day visit to Europe, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday left for home after his short stay in Paris. During his visit to Paris, PM Modi held talks with the newly elected President of France, Emmanuel Macron. In which a number of bilateral issues including defence, space, civil nuclear cooperation and people-to-people relations as well as regional and global issues were discussed.

The two leaders also discussed regional and global issues in the wake of Russia’s military action against Ukraine. The Prime Minister tweeted before his departure that he had the opportunity to discuss many different issues with the President of France, Emmanuel Macron.

Talks on many important issues between PM Modi and Emmanuel Macron

PM Modi tweeted before departure, saying, “My visit to France was brief but very fruitful. President Emmanuel Macron and I had the opportunity to discuss different topics. I thank him and the French government for the warm hospitality I give.” During his visit, PM Modi held several high-level meetings with the leadership of Germany, Denmark and France. Also interacted with Indian expatriates in all three countries. During his visit, the Prime Minister also interacted with business leaders from Germany and Denmark.

What happened in Berlin?

Let us inform that PM Narendra Modi arrived in Berlin on Monday where he held bilateral discussions with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz before attending the 6th India-Germany Inter-Governmental Consultations. A total of 9 agreements have been signed between India and Germany. Including a Joint Declaration on Green and Sustainable Development Partnership (JDI), under which Germany agreed to advance commitment of 10 billion euros of new and additional developmental assistance to India by 2030.

On the second day of his visit, the Indian Prime Minister arrived in Copenhagen, held talks with his Danish counterpart Mette Fredriksen there and discussed bilateral issues including cooperation on trade and environmental action between the two countries. Several agreements were formally signed between the two countries, including a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on cooperation in the fields of migration and mobility, skill development, vocational education and entrepreneurship, and the launch of an energy policy.

What happened at the India-Nordic summit?

On the third day of his visit, PM Modi attended the second India-Nordic summit with the Prime Ministers of Norway, Sweden, Iceland, Finland and Denmark. During the summit, the Prime Ministers resolved to continue to deepen cooperation between the Nordic countries and India, and focused their discussions on key issues related to international peace and security, including the conflict in Ukraine, multilateral cooperation and climate change. . Discussions took place on economy, innovation and digitization.

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