Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Germany on Sunday and held a productive meeting with Argentine President Alberto Fernandez beside the G7 Summit. On Monday, Prime Minister Modi will attend a welcome ceremony by Prime Minister Olav Schorz at 12:00 pm (local time) in Schloss Ermau, Munich, according to her travel schedule.
Itinerary of Prime Minister Modi on March 27 The Prime Minister of India will attend the plenary session on “Investing in a Better Future: Climate, Energy and Health” at 12:30 pm. In addition to discussions on topics such as the environment, energy and anti-terrorism, the visit of the German Prime Minister is full of meetings between the G7 Head of State and governments and partner countries.
Prime Minister Modi also met with South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, German Prime Minister Olaf Scholz, and Indonesian President Joko Widodo at 14:15, 14:40, and 15:00, respectively, according to the itinerary schedule. Then, at 3:30 pm, a working session on “Stronger Together: Efforts for Food Security and Promotion of Gender Equality” will be held.
The Indian Prime Minister will then have a meeting with European Union Commission President Ursula von der Leyen at 5:15 pm and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at 5:50 pm.
PM Modi in Germany
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on a two-day visit to Germany, where he will attend the G7 summit and discuss issues such as energy, food security, counter-terrorism, environment and democracy with the leadership. partner countries. On Sunday, Prime Minister Modi addressed the Indian Community in Munich and said: “Today is June 26, also known as the day when Indian democracy is in the DNA of every Indian who has trampled and repressed 47 years ago, a black mark in the vibrant history of Indian democracy.
According to the Associated Press, US President Joe Biden said on Sunday: “The Group of Seven countries is preparing to announce a ban on Russian gold imports amid the war in Ukraine.”