Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on an important tour of Europe from May 2 to 4. The Prime Minister arrived in Germany on the first day of the tour. Today he is in Denmark. The PM, who arrived in Germany on Monday, was given a grand welcome. Today he has been given a grand welcome in Denmark.
New Delhi: PM Modi in Europe: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on a three-day foreign tour from May 2 to 4. After visiting Germany yesterday, PM Modi is in Denmark today. PM Modi meets Danish PM Mette Frederiksen in Copenhagen. Many agreements were agreed upon between India and Denmark. At present, Prime Minister Modi, along with the PM of Denmark, is addressing the Indian community.
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Our Green Strategic Partnership is inspired by Prime Minister Frederickson's personal priorities and values. The discussions that I have had with them today will give new strength and new energy to the relations between the two countries.
World leaders do not tire of praising Indians, you are not me, you are the deserving of praise. The congratulations I get are dedicated to you. Wherever Indians live, they sincerely listen.
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The Prime Minister had reached Germany on the first day of his visit. Today he is in Denmark and has been given a grand welcome here. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Danish PM Mette Fredriksson also held talks in Copenhagen, Denmark. On Monday, the PM was also given a grand welcome in Germany, where he met the people of the Indian community. In Germany, the Prime Minister spoke about the massive reforms undertaken by his government and the growing number of startups and unicorns in India.
On Monday, India and Germany emphasized the importance of a free, open and inclusive Indo-Pacific. Free commerce and freedom of navigation in accordance with international law. These were stated in a joint statement issued by the two countries after Prime Minister Narendra Modi and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz co-chaired the sixth round of intergovernmental consultations.
After this PM Modi addressed the people of the Indian community in Berlin. During this, he said, 'I am fortunate that I got an opportunity to meet the children of 'Maa Bharati' in Germany. It feels great to meet you all. Many of you have come to Berlin from different cities in Germany. In the morning I was very surprised that it is so cold here but many small children also came at 4-4.30 in the morning. Your love and your blessings are my biggest strength.
PM Modi in Berlin said, 'Today's India has made up its mind, is moving forward with determination and you also know that when the mind of a country is made, then that country also walks on new paths and wishes. It also shows by getting the floors.'
He had said, 'Today I have neither come to talk to you nor to talk about the Modi government, but today I feel like talking to you people about the strength of crores of Indians and glorifying them. I am not talking about the Indians there, but the Indians here also.