Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday held bilateral talks with Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen, who’s on her first go to to the nation. The talks, held on the Hyderabad Home right here, centered on strengthening the worldwide system based mostly on guidelines and prioritising progress and commerce in a clear and environmentally pleasant approach.
PM Frederiksen arrived in New Delhi early this morning and is scheduled to remain right here for an additional three days. She was acquired on the airport by Prime Minister Modi.
In a press convention held following the talks, Frederiksen highlighted that the cooperation between the 2 nations is a “nice instance of how inexperienced progress and inexperienced transition can go hand in hand.” “We’re two democratic nations that imagine in a global system based mostly on guidelines,” she added.
PM Frederiksen arrived in New Delhi early this morning and is scheduled to remain for an additional 3 days. (ANI)
Within the assembly, the 2 prime ministers reviewed the progress within the implementation of the ‘Inexperienced Strategic Partnership’. “Throughout our digital summit, we had determined to determine a Inexperienced Strategic Partnership between our two nations. Immediately, we reviewed and reiterated our dedication to this,” Modi stated.
The inexperienced partnership, finalised at a digital summit final 12 months, goals to create a framework for vital enlargement of cooperation in areas of renewable power, setting, economic system, science and expertise, and local weather change.
Addressing a joint press meet with Prime Minister of Denmark @Statsmin Mette Frederiksen. https://t.co/rIRzOngzhq
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) October 9, 2021
Different areas of renewable power together with commerce and funding had been additionally on the agenda.
At present, India and Denmark have robust commerce and funding ties. Greater than 200 Danish firms are current in India and over 60 Indian firms have a presence in Denmark.
Frederiksen additionally praised the management of the Indian prime minister for setting “very bold targets for clear power”. “You might be an inspiration for the remainder of the world as you might have set some very bold targets in relation to clear water for over 1mn households and renewable power,” she stated.
Earlier within the day, Modi welcomed Frederiksen to India at a ceremony on the Rashtrapati Bhavan. The Danish prime minister additionally visited Rajghat and paid tribute to Mahatma Gandhi.