Copenhagen: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today arrived in Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, on the second day of his European tour. He was greeted at the airport by the Prime Minister of Denmark, Matt Frederickson. Shortly afterwards, PM Modi will hold delegation level talks and exchange MOUs. He will later attend a business round table and meet Queen Margaret for dinner. Let me tell you that PM Modi spent his first day in Germany.
Visit to the residence of the Prime Minister of Denmark
Prime Minister Narendra Modi paid a personal visit to the residence of the Prime Minister of Denmark Matt Frederickson in Copenhagen. He was accompanied by the PM of Denmark. The two also had a conversation during this.
Many agreements were reached in the field of energy and education
India and Denmark exchanged letters of intent and MoU in Copenhagen in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Danish Prime Minister Matt Frederickson. In the meantime, the two countries agreed on a number of agreements in the fields of energy and education. The Danish PM said the two countries had reached an agreement on green energy. The two also discussed the Ukraine crisis.
PM Modi thanked for the welcome
PM Modi thanked Denmark for the welcome. “Together we discussed a joint plan for the Green Strategic Partnership,” he said. We have made progress in various areas such as green energy, shipping, ports and water management. There are more than 200 Danish companies operating in India in various fields like wind power, shipping, consultancy, food processing, engineering etc. They are benefiting from the growing ease of doing business in India and our macroeconomic reforms. There are many investment opportunities in India for Danish companies.
PM Modi’s big statement on Ukraine war
PM Modi and Danish Prime Minister Matt Frederickson also held a joint press conference after the agreement. During the presentation of the joint statement, Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a big statement on the Russia-Ukraine war. He said there should be an immediate ceasefire in Ukraine. This appeal is being continuously appealed by India.
Will also have dinner with the Queen of Denmark
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will travel to Denmark on the second day of his visit to Europe where he will meet Queen Margaret II of Denmark and have dinner with her in the capital Copenhagen. PM Modi will hold delegation level talks with Danish Prime Minister Matteo Frederickson and exchange MoUs. They will later attend a business round table and have dinner with Queen Margaret.