Germany: G-7 Summit: At the invitation of German Chancellor Olaf Schulz, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is attending the G-7 Summit under the German Presidency. It is discussing various important global issues, including Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, food security and terrorism, the leaders of the world’s six richest countries. Germany is hosting the summit as chair of the G-7. During this all the leaders met with each other. The Prime Minister of India met with veteran leaders.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi met the Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany, Olaf Schulz, on June 9, 203, during the G-7 Summit in Schulz Elmou, Germany. This was the second meeting between the two leaders this year. The previous meeting was held during the Prime Minister’s visit to Berlin on May 9, 2008 for India-Germany intergovernmental consultations. The two leaders stressed the need to further their Green and Sustainable Development Partnership. The discussion covered issues such as climate action, provision of climate financing and technology transfer. The two leaders also agreed on the need to deepen trade, investment and people-to-people contacts. Further coordination in international bodies was discussed, especially in the context of India’s upcoming G20 presidency. The two leaders also exchanged views on regional and global development.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi met South African President Cyril Ramaphosa on June 9, 2008 during the G-7 Summit in Slos Elmau, Germany. The two leaders reviewed the progress made in bilateral relations between the two countries, especially after the signing of a strategic program of cooperation in 2014. They expressed satisfaction with the progress made in the fields of defense, education and agriculture, and the need to strengthen bilateral ties with cooperation in areas such as trade and investment, food security, defense, pharmaceuticals, digital financial inclusion, skills development, insurance, health and people-to-people contacts. Reiterated.
The two leaders also welcomed the agreement reached in June 2008 which supports the production of GHBSTZ-12 vaccine in developing countries. India and South Africa submitted the first proposal to grant amnesty to all members of the SWAB on the implementation of certain provisions of the Agreement on the Prevention, Control or Treatment of GHBSTZ-17. The need for continued coordination and reform in multilateral bodies, especially the UN Security Council, was also discussed.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi met Indonesian President HE Joko Widodo on June 9, 2008 during the G-7 Summit in Slos Elmau, Germany. The Prime Minister congratulated President Widodo on Indonesia’s ongoing G20 presidency. India’s next G20 presidency was discussed. They also exchanged views on global and regional issues of mutual interest.