PM Narendra Modi leaves for India after concluding three-nation European tour; describes his visit to France as ‘fruitful’

PM Narendra Modi left for home on Thursday in the wake of closing his three-country European visit during which he held a progression of two-sided gatherings to help ties in a scope of regions including exchange, energy and green innovation.

“PM @narendramodi’s 3-day, 3-country visit was hugely useful. – Advanced exchange and venture ties-Forged new green organizations – Promoted coordinated efforts for development and expertise improvement – Strengthened the soul of participation with our European accomplices,” Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi tweeted alongside an image of Modi waving prior to getting onto the plane for flight.

In a tweet prior, the PM depicted his visit to France as “extremely productive”.

“My visit to France was brief yet an exceptionally productive one. President @EmmanuelMacron and I got the amazing chance to examine different subjects. I say thanks to him and the French Government for the warm accommodation,” Modi said.

Modi, who was in Paris for the last leg of his visit, held broad discussions with French President Emmanuel Macron, who was reappointed to the top post more than seven days back.

He talked about with Macron issues of reciprocal and common interests as well as territorial and worldwide turns of events, in the midst of Russia’s animosity against Ukraine.

Macron held a heart to heart with Modi before the assignment level discussions at the Elysee Palace – the authority home of the French President.

Modi’s visit comes in the midst of the Ukraine emergency, which has joined a lot of Europe against Russia.

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The Ukraine issue likewise figured noticeably at the second India-Nordic highest point went to by Prime Minister Modi and his partners from Finland, Iceland, Sweden, Norway and Denmark in Copenhagen on Wednesday.

Modi has said that India accepts no nation will arise triumphant in the Russia-Ukraine battle as all will endure misfortunes and there will be a “more genuine” sway on creating and unfortunate nations.

Modi, who showed up here from Copenhagen, held “useful discussions” with his Danish partner Mette Frederiksen on Tuesday and furthermore went to a business highest point to talk about monetary linkages.

The second India-Nordic highest point essentially centered around post-pandemic monetary recuperation, environmental change, sustainable power and the advancing worldwide security situation.

Uninvolved of the culmination, Prime Minister Modi held separate respective gatherings with his partners from Norway, Sweden, Iceland and Finland.

On Monday, Modi met German Chancellor Olaf Scholz in Berlin and the two chiefs examined key areas of reciprocal participation under the in general essential association, as well as local and worldwide turns of events. He additionally tended to the Indian people group in Berlin. PTI

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