According to newly-appointed Foreign Secretary Vinay Mohan Kwatra, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Denmark will present India with an opportunity to build new components of partnership in the fields of skill development, shipping, agri-technology, and mobility.
PM Modi will travel to Copenhagen on 3 May on an official visit at the invitation of Danish counterpart Mette Frederiksen, according to a special briefing on PM Modi’s Europe visit by Kwatra.
This will be the Prime Minister’s first visit to Denmark, but his third meeting with his Danish counterpart at the summit level.
Both leaders will discuss bilateral problems as well as regional and global concerns during their meeting. Later, under the aegis of the India-Denmark Business Forum, PM Modi and Frederiksen will meet with business executives from both nations.
PM Modi will also pay a visit to Danish Queen Margrethe II, who will organise an official supper for the Prime Minister, according to Kwatra.
“Like in Germany, the Prime Minister will meet with members of the Indian diaspora during a community gathering in Denmark,” he added.
The content of the connection with Denmark, according to the foreign secretary, includes many important pillars, including a green-strategic partnership, which is a form of cooperation that focuses on renewable energy, sustainability, and green growth.
“Along with the continuous cooperation in the fields of wind energy, water management, circular economy, shipping, and smart cities,” he added, “there is also a five-year joint action plan focused primarily on the specifics of this alliance.”
“We will use the visit to shape new components of partnership in the fields of skill development, shipping, agri-technology, and mobility,” he added.