G7 Summit: How Many Leaders Did PM Modi Meet and What Did They Discuss?
G7 Summit: How Many Leaders Did PM Modi Meet and What Did They Discuss?
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ITALY: Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that he had a "very productive day at the G7 Summit in Apulia, Italy." He engaged with global leaders on various important topics, aiming to develop impactful solutions for the global community.

G7 Summit Concludes Today
The three-day-long G7 Summit in Italy will wrap up on Sunday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who joined the summit on Friday, engaged with several global leaders during the event. In his address at the G7 Outreach session, PM Modi discussed various important topics, including artificial intelligence, net zero, and issues concerning the Global South.

"Together, we aim to create impactful solutions that benefit the global community and create a better world for future generations," PM Modi stated.

Here's a summary of his meetings with different leaders at the G7 Summit:

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz: PM Modi described his meeting with Chancellor Scholz as very productive. He emphasized the potential of the India-Germany Strategic Partnership to contribute to inclusive and sustainable global growth.

Japanese PM Kishida: PM Modi expressed delight in meeting PM Kishida. They discussed enhancing cooperation in defense, technology, semiconductors, clean energy, and digital technology. The leaders also aimed to strengthen ties in infrastructure and cultural linkages, crucial for a peaceful, secure, and prosperous Indo-Pacific.

Italian PM Giorgia Meloni: PM Modi had a fruitful discussion with PM Meloni about bolstering India-Italy relations in areas such as commerce, energy, defense, and telecom. They also explored future collaborations in biofuels, food processing, and critical minerals. PM Modi thanked Meloni for inviting India to the G7 Summit.

Canadian PM Justin Trudeau: PM Modi met with PM Trudeau amid recent diplomatic tensions between India and Canada. They shared a moment captured in a photograph at the summit.

US President Joe Biden: PM Modi expressed pleasure in meeting President Biden, reaffirming the commitment of India and the USA to work together for global good.

King of Jordan Abdullah bin Al Hussein: PM Modi valued the strong ties with Jordan during his meeting with King Abdullah.

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres: PM Modi expressed his satisfaction in meeting Secretary General Guterres.

Pope Francis: PM Modi admired Pope Francis's commitment to serving people and improving the planet. He invited the Pope to visit India.

Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy: PM Modi had a productive discussion with President Zelenskyy, focusing on strengthening bilateral relations. He reiterated India's belief in a human-centric approach and the importance of dialogue and diplomacy for peace.

French President Emmanuel Macron: PM Modi highlighted the frequent meetings with President Macron, reflecting the importance of India-French ties. They discussed defense, security, technology, AI, Blue Economy, and youth innovation. PM Modi also extended his best wishes for the upcoming Paris Olympics.

UK PM Rishi Sunak: PM Modi enjoyed meeting PM Sunak, emphasizing the potential to deepen ties in semiconductors, technology, and trade, and further strengthen defense sector collaborations.

Brazil President Lula, Turkey President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, UAE President Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan: PM Modi had engaging conversations with these leaders, discussing various areas of mutual interest.

PM Modi's visit to Italy for the G7 Summit as an Outreach Nation highlighted India's commitment to strengthening international partnerships and working towards global prosperity.

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