Modi went to Greece from South Africa to attend the 15th BRICS summit. After 40 years, an Indian Prime Minister will visit Greece. The then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi visited Greece before this in 1983.
The Greek government has prepared a warm welcome for Prime Minister Narendra Modi who arrived in Athens. Modi spoke to the Indian community. Modi met Greek Prime Minister Mitso Takis and discussed cooperation in defense, health and education sectors.
The Indian community welcomed Modi to Greece with slogans of “Bharat Mata Ki Jai, Modi, Modi”. They came to meet Modi with the tricolor flag. Receiving the gift from the Greek President, Modi spoke about the two countries enhancing friendship and working together in various fields.
Modi will hold an ideological dialogue with the Indian community and businessmen. Greece President congratulated Modi on the success of Chandrayaan 3 mission. The Prime Minister, who will return to India after a one-day tour, will visit Bengaluru to congratulate the ISRO team behind the Chandrayaan mission.