PM Modi has been widely appreciated for his concerns regarding Climate Change. Recently he is visiting European nations for the same. On Tuesday, May 3, he is scheduled to meet Danish PM Mette Frederiksen during his visit to Denmark’s Copenhagen. The Indian Prime Minister will be participating in the Second Indian-Nordic Summit along with the Prime Ministers of Denmark, Iceland, Finland Sweden, and Norway.
The 6th India-Germany Inter-Governmental Consultations were productive. Chancellor Scholz and I , along with Ministers, officials from Germany and India discussed ways to boost cooperation in areas like sustainable development, mobility, economic growth and more. @Bundeskanzler pic.twitter.com/roY6njANQH
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) May 2, 2022
Yesterday, PM Modi visited Germany and met Chancellor Scholz, ministers, and officials. He discussed bilateral support between the countries to increase development in various fields.
PM @narendramodi would be leaving from Berlin for Copenhagen this morning.
Let’s take a look at what’s in store in the second leg of the visit. pic.twitter.com/cc9ubDwTcT
— Arindam Bagchi (@MEAIndia) May 3, 2022
This video has been released by External Affairs Minister Arindam Bagchi today which highlights major ties between the two nations including The Green Strategic Partnership. It was established as a Five Year Action Plan during Mette Frederiksen’s visit to India in September 2020.
The video uploaded by Bagchi shows that almost 200 companies from Denmark are already working on Indian Schemes like Make in India, Digital India, and many more. While over 60 Indian firms are already established in Denmark helping them to build their infrastructure and economy.
On Tuesday, PM Modi will meet Queen Margrethe II in Denmark and Address the Indian Diaspora there. He will talk to the Nordic nations at Second India-Nordic Summit to boost the areas of renewable energy, innovation & Technology. The major point of discussion will be Climate change and how to control it. PM Modi will also hold bilateral talks with the Prime Ministers of Iceland (Katrin Jacobsdottir), Norway (Jonas Gahr Store), Finland (Sanna Marin), and Sweden (Magdalena Andersson).