The Indian Prime Minister left for Denmark where he will meet with leaders of the Nordic countries. He will also stop in Paris on Wednesday and meet newly re-elected French President Emmanuel Macron
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz. Image: Twitter/@narendramodi
Berlin: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday thanked the German government for its hospitality during his “productive” visit to the country.
“My visit to Germany was productive. Discussions with @Bundeskanzler Scholz were thorough, as were intergovernmental consultations. I had a great opportunity to interact with Indian business leaders and communities. I thank the German government for their hospitality,” he tweeted.
My visit to Germany was productive. The talks with @Bundeskanzler Scholz were extensive, as were the intergovernmental consultations. I had a great opportunity to interact with Indian business leaders and communities. I thank the German government for its hospitality. pic.twitter.com/bpu9yhk0Xe
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) May 3, 2022
On leaving for the airport for his visit to Denmark, Prime Minister Modi briefly met with members of the Indian community who had gathered at the hotel to bid him farewell.
Notably, Prime Minister Modi arrived in Berlin on Monday on the first leg of his three-day visit to Europe. He received a solemn guard of honor followed by a bilateral meeting with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz. It was their first engagement since Chancellor Scholz took office in December 2021.
The face-to-face meeting was followed by the IGC, whose plenary session was co-chaired by Prime Minister Modi and German Chancellor Scholz.
Mein Besuch in Deutschland war sehr produktiv. Die Gespräche mit @Bundeskanzler Scholz waren ausführlich, ebenso wie die Regierungsconsultation. Ich hatte eine großartige Gelegenheit, mich mit führenden Vertretern der Wirtschaft und der indischen Gemeinschaft auszutauschen. pic.twitter.com/o5mhzIMZNH — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) May 3, 2022
Addressing a press briefing on Monday, Foreign Minister Vinay Kwatra informed that economy, ecology, trade, investment ties and green partnership were the central pillars on which the discussions focused. concentrated.
“The two leaders also shared their respective views on the evolution of different issues, developing all over the world. This included the ripple effects of the conflict in Ukraine, especially in sectors like food, energy, fertilizers, edible oil, etherol,” he said.
Additionally, Germany has pledged in advance to provide 10 billion euros in new and additional development aid to India until 2030 under the Joint Declaration of Intent (JDI) on the partnership for green and sustainable development signed between the two countries.
Prime Minister Modi will visit Denmark today for talks with the leaders of the Nordic countries. He will also stop in Paris on Wednesday and meet newly re-elected French President Emmanuel Macron.