New Delhi, Oct 9: Prime Minister Narendra Modi met with his Danish colleague Mette Frederiksen on Saturday to discuss ways to strengthen overall bilateral cooperation in areas like as renewable energy, trade, and investment.
Frederiksen arrived here early this morning on a three-day state visit
“Towards nurturing India-Denmark Green Strategic Partnership!PM @narendramodi welcomes Danish PM @Statsmin H.E. Ms. Mette Frederiksen for their bilateral engagement,” External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi tweeted along with a photo of the two leaders at the Hyderabad House, the venue for the talks.
The two prime ministers are likely to discuss the progress made in implementing the ‘Green Strategic Partnership,’ which was established last year.
The green partnership, which was signed at a virtual summit between the two countries’ prime ministers, intends to provide a framework for further cooperation in renewable energy, the environment, the economy, climate change, and research and technology.
Earlier in the day, Modi hosted a ceremony at the Rashtrapati Bhavan to welcome Frederiksen to India.
The Danish Prime Minister also paid homage to Mahatma Gandhi at Rajghat.
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar urged the two prime ministers to meet ahead of their meetings.