PM Modi will do something in Sweden, which has so far only made Barack Obama
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is reaching Sweden's capital Stockholm on Monday evening in the first phase of a five-day visit to Sweden and Britain. During this time, he will be attending the first India-Nordic Summit on 17th April. Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark and Iceland are also collectively called Nordic countries. This is a great opportunity for India to hold a meeting of PM Modi along with five national heads of the region. Earlier this honor had only received former US President Barack Obama. During this period, the US-Nordic summit organized with the heads of Nordic countries in this way. After this kind of organizing is happening for the second time.
This kind of effort is also special in this regard, because India has traditionally been using the European Union platform for such dialogue with the countries of Europe, but this time for the first time with India to negotiate with European countries this Is practicing kind of way. This tour seen diplomatically as the heightened height of India, in this sense, that India-Nordic summit proposal given by India and all countries of the Nordic region accepted it. There was no hesitation in accepting it due to the similar values and heritage of mature democracy on both sides.
At Stockholm Summit for Modi, 'Nordic Values' Take a Back Seat
This visit to PM Modi is also important because after 1988 he is the first Prime Minister to visit Sweden. During this summit, there is hope for dialogue on innovation and renewable energy besides bilateral trade, investment.
Prior to his visit to Sweden and Britain, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said he is hopeful of deepening the bilateral partnership between the two countries in various sectors including trade, investment and clean energy. PM Modi wrote on Facebook, "There is a friendly relationship between India and Sweden. Our partnership is based on the commitment to the global system of democratic values and open, inclusive and on the basis of the rules. Sweden is a valuable partner in our development initiatives. "
India and Sweden will jointly organize India-Nordic Conference in Stockholm on Tuesday, which is a program to take part in the Prime Ministers of Finland, Norway, Denmark and Iceland. PM Modi said, "Ironically, the world of iron is the strength of Nordic countries in clean technologies, environmental solutions, port modernization, cold chain, skill development and innovation. Nordic potential is right in our direction of change of India. "
PM Modi from Sweden will go to Britain on Tuesday, where he will attend the meeting of Commonwealth Heads of Government in addition to his bilateral meeting with his British counterpart Terryja May. On this, PM Modi said, "My visit to London provides an opportunity for both countries to create a new momentum in this growing bilateral partnership. I will emphasize on increasing Indo-UK partnership in areas of health, innovation, digitization, electric mobility, clean energy and cyber security. "