New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will pay a state visit to Germany, Denmark and France on the 2nd.
According to a press release issued by the Union Ministry of External Affairs, Prime Minister Modi will pay a four-day visit to European countries. Goes to Germany on May 2nd. On his way to Berlin, Prime Minister Modi will hold bilateral talks with German Chancellor Olaf Scholes.
He will also attend a meeting of the IGC to strengthen good relations between the two countries. Later, Prime Minister Modi will hold talks with Indians in Germany.
Following this, the Prime Minister will travel to Denmark on May 3, where he will attend the Second India-Nordic Summit. Later, the two leaders will hold talks. Prime Minister Modi will travel to France on May 5 to meet President Emanuel Macron. Thus it is reported.
Japan relationship: 70 years have passed since the establishment of diplomatic relations between India and Japan. On his Twitter page, Prime Minister Modi said he was pleased to see India-Japan relations deepening in all areas, including the economy and people-to-people contacts.
He added on Twitter: Recently, friend and Prime Minister Kishida visited India for the summit and laid a map to deepen global cooperation. I want to continue working with Prime Minister Kishida to achieve that goal. Thus said Prime Minister Modi.
Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida arrived in India on a two-day visit with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on March 19 and 20 for the 14th India-Japan Annual Summit. At the time, the Energy Coalition welcomed the new initiatives between the two countries in the cultivation and processing of bamboo in the Northeast of India.
Also, with the US, Australia, Japan and India leaders’ summit set to take place in Tokyo on May 24, Prime Minister Modi is scheduled to meet with Japanese Prime Minister Kishida again next month.