Copenhagen Before leaving for France on a three-day visit to Europe, Prime Minister Narendra Modi met the Prime Ministers of the Nordic countries and attended the Indo-Nordic Summit. Prime Minister Modi met Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Store and had a wide-ranging discussion on ways to further deepen bilateral ties and development cooperation.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for France after his meaningful visit to Denmark. During his visit to Denmark, Modi also held bilateral meetings with the Prime Ministers of the Nordic countries and attended the second Indo-Nordic Summit. The Prime Minister’s Office tweeted that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had left for Paris after a meaningful visit to Denmark. Foreign Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said that bilateral relations with Denmark were strengthened during the visit.
In Denmark, Modi also addressed the Indian community and interacted with the Danish royal family and had dinner with them. Prime Minister Modi attended the second Indo-Nordic Summit in Denmark. The conference focused on issues such as economic reform, climate change, renewable energy and global security, mainly following the Corona epidemic. Apart from the summit, Modi held bilateral meetings with the Prime Ministers of Norway, Sweden, Iceland and Finland.
Earlier, Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Germany, where he was given a grand welcome. The Prime Minister was also warmly welcomed by the people of the Indian community. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had an important meeting with Matt Frederickson in Denmark. He then addressed the Indian community living there. He shared his thoughts with a large number of people from the Indian community at the Bella Center.
The Prime Minister said that the relationship between Denmark and India is very strong. Indians living in Denmark come from different communities. Everyone’s language is different. Some are Tamil, some are Gujarati and some are from Bengal. There is no language discrimination.
Referring to the Corona era, the Prime Minister said that it has affected the whole world. But India is playing a crucial role. What would the world have been like in this crisis if Made in India vaccine had not been developed by India? Vaccines and medicines have been provided by India during these difficult times.
The Prime Minister also mentioned Digital India. He said that earlier no one had hoped that India would be able to move in the direction of digital. But his government changed that. Regarding start-ups, Modi said that India was not considered in the world before. But now India ranks third in the world in terms of unicorn.
Regarding the current working style of the government, the Prime Minister said that now the country is showing confidence in share and care with speed and scope. Essential services are also shared with others. India has no role in destroying the world. India sees paramatma in plants, also considers river as mother.
He mentioned the steps being taken by India to protect the environment. He said that the use and throw theory has caused huge damage to the environment. Consumption should not be determined by the size of your pocket, but by how much you need. Modi has also given a job to Indians living in Denmark. He said that if you send five of your non-Indian friends to India every year and inspire them to travel there, then India will become a great power.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has arrived in Denmark on the second day of his European tour. He was received at the Copenhagen airport by Prime Minister Matteo Fredericks. From here, Prime Minister Modi reached Frederickson’s residence. Prime Minister Modi held a delegation-level meeting with Prime Minister Frederickson on issues such as the Green Strategic Partnership and bilateral relations, and also held a joint press conference. He then participated in the India-Denmark Business Forum.
In the forum, the Prime Minister said that one word is becoming very popular on social media right now. The word is jbpb meaning fear of missing out. Today, if we look at business-related reforms and investment opportunities in India, it can be said that those who do not invest in India at this time will definitely miss out on a great opportunity.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a meeting with German Chancellor Olaf Schulz. The two leaders then attended a delegation-level meeting. This included an important agreement between India and Germany on green space. Modi said that India and Germany would jointly form a Green Hydrogen Task Force.
According to the External Affairs Ministry, the two countries have reached an agreement on sustainable development, under which India will receive સહાય 10.8 billion in financial assistance to promote clean allergies by 2020.