PM Modi arrives in Berlin, Germany for a three-nation Europe visit
The Indian Prime Minister arrived in Berlin, Germany on Monday. The Prime Minister left for the visit on Sunday and will be on a three-day visit to Germany, France, and Denmark.
According to the reports, the Indian PM will meet world leaders like German chancellor Olaf Scholz, Denmark prime minister Mette Frederiksen and French president Emmanuel Macron. This is Modi’s first foreign trip of the year, following the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
The Indian Prime Minister stated that “My visit to Europe comes at a time when the region faces many challenges and choices, ” the prime minister Narendra Modi said. The Ukraine conflict will be a key focus during the tour although the key focus will be cooperation in energy, trade, and green development”.
Currently, PM Narendra Modi has arrived in Berlin today for his three-day trip.
He will be meeting his German equivalent Olaf Scholz and the business heads throughout his stay. Minister has tendered a grand welcome from the Indian exodus over his arrival in the German capital. In the video, he interacted with the children there. In his statement before leaving for the three-nation visit, Modi had announced that his visit to Berlin will be a chance to hold detailed two-way discussions with Chancellor Scholz.
Considering the well-established commercial ties between India and Germany, the PM stated that he will also mutually address a business roundtable with the goal of vitalise industry to industry partnership, which will help strengthen the post-Covid financial recovery in both the countries.
PM Modi’s three-nation trip will have a fundamental and comprehensive schedule during his bilateral and multilateral conferences. The Indian Prime Minister has also arranged to visit Denmark on Tuesday to detain talks with leaders from Nordic countries. He will interact with high-level business leaders, the visit will conclude with a stay in Paris on Wednesday where he will meet the newly re-appointed French President Emmanuel Macron.