India’s summit with Europe : India’s summit dialogue with Europe, PM Modi will visit these three countries next month

India's summit with Europe : India's summit dialogue with Europe, PM Modi will visit these three countries next month

India’s summit with Europe : From bilateral relations to regional equations and trade-investment, there are many important issues in the agenda of PM Modi visit to Europe.

In the first week of May, PM Modi will be on a three-nation Europe tour.

From the Indian stand on the Russia-Ukraine war to the questions being raise on oil purchases from Russia. The next fortnight will see a series of summit dialogues between India and Europe. In this episode, where leaders like British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and European Union chief Ursula Van Dar Lien are coming to India. At the same time, in the first week of May, PM Modi will be on a three-nation Europe tour. In this first foreign tour of the year 2022, PM Modi will visit Germany, Denmark and France. From bilateral relations to regional equations and trade-investment. There are many important issues in the agenda of PM’s visit to Europe.

According to diplomatic sources, Europe and India know the importance of each other.

This is the reason why there is a realization on both sides that through high-level dialogue and dialogue, understanding each other’s side and moving forward. So that the important projects of the partnership are not affect. The European Union is the third largest trading partner for India. At the same time, India is not only a big market for Europe but also the center of efforts to strengthen the supply chain. Last year, the process of talks between India and Europe regarding a comprehensive trade agreement has started.

Although according to diplomatic sources

The preparations for this visit of PM are being finalized now. In such a situation, if there is no major change, then the PM will be on a visit to the three European countries from May 1-5. In Germany, where PM Modi will hold a high-level meeting with the new German Chancellor Olof Schultz. This will be the first face-to-face meeting between the two leaders. At the same time, along with the summit between the countries of the India-Nordic region in Damnark. Modi will have many important bilateral meetings. Apart from Denmark, countries like Finland, Sweden, Norway, Iceland etc. come in the Nordic region of Europe.

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Modi to interact with Indian community in Copenhagen

During his Denmark visit, PM Modi will also interact with the Indian community in Copenhagen. After a long time, PM will seen interacting with people of Indian origin on foreign soil. Significantly, before the PM’s visit to Denmark, export of coarse paddy has started from Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand of India. India is seeing a big market for its agricultural products in the countries of Europe. During the visit of Denmark’s PM Mette Fredriksson, who visited India in October last year. There were discussions between the two countries on cooperation in many areas ranging from climate change, non-conventional energy technology to agriculture.

In the episode of Europe tour, PM Modi will also visit France.

PM Modi’s short visit to Paris is also being considered important amid the election campaign of President Emmanuel Macron. Keep in mind that President Macron has played an important role in taking forward India-French relations. New investment and trade agreements are expected to signed between India and France in this visit of the PM. EU chief Ursula van der Lien’s visit to India on 24-25 April and before that the British PM’s visit to India on 21-22 April will also serve to increase the link of the top dialogue.

It is worth mentioning that in the wake of Ukraine war, European countries are urging India to take a tough stand against Russia and join international sanctions. At the same time, in the past, India had also taunted the decisions of the European Union in the matter of buying oil from Russia. During the 2+2 talks in America, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar had said on the advice and advice being give to India during a press conference that India takes as much oil in a month as Europe buys from Russia in one afternoon. So also look at the facts giving advice.

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