MEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi landed in New Delhi on Thursday after completing a three-day, three-nation visit of Germany, Denmark, and France. According to government sources, he would report to work promptly and hold seven to eight meetings during the day, as well as chair a key review meeting for the monsoon season and heatwave readiness.
During his three-nation European visit, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met with freshly re-elected French President Emmanuel Macron to address a variety of bilateral matters, including defence, space, civil nuclear cooperation, and people-to-people ties, as well as regional and global challenges. "My trip to France was brief, but quite successful. I had the opportunity to speak with President @EmmanuelMacron about a variety of topics. I appreciate his and the French government's warm welcome "Before leaving, the Prime Minister sent out a tweet.
During his tour, PM Modi held multiple high-level meetings with the leaders of Germany, Denmark, and France, as well as connecting with the Indian diaspora in all three countries. During his tour to Germany and Denmark, the Prime Minister met with business leaders in both countries.
On Monday, Prime Minister Modi arrived in Berlin and conducted bilateral talks with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz before attending the sixth India-Germany Inter-Governmental Consultations. The Inter-Governmental Consultations, according to the Prime Minister, were fruitful.
India and Germany signed a total of nine agreements, including a Joint Declaration of Intent (JDI) on Green and Sustainable Development Partnership, in which Germany agreed to provide India with an advance commitment of 10 billion euros in new and additional developmental assistance until 2030. The Indian Prime Minister landed in Copenhagen on the second day of his tour, where he met with his Danish colleague Mette Frederiksen and discussed bilateral matters such as bilateral trade and environmental cooperation.