Prime Minister Modi to explore new dimensions of green and sustainable development partnership during his visit to Germany: Envoy
India’s Ambassador to Germany, Harish Parvathaneni, on Sunday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Germany for the India-Germany intergovernmental consultations was a historic visit. “The Prime Minister’s visit to Berlin on May 2-3 for the Indo-German Intergovernmental Consultations is a historic visit. This year we not only celebrate Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, but also commemorate 70 years of the establishment of diplomatic relations between India and Germany,” says Parvathaneni.
Prime Minister Modi will embark on his three-day visit to Germany, Denmark and France on Monday. Prime Minister Modi will visit Germany at the invitation of Olaf Scholz, Chancellor of Germany. “We have had a strategic partnership with Germany for more than 20 years. The IGC format offers our two leaders and their ministerial colleagues the opportunity to review the elements of our strategic partnership, to review the progress made so far and to be able to chart a future roadmap,” says Parvathaneni.
The Indian Ambassador to Germany further said that Prime Minister Modi during his visit will explore new dimensions of green and sustainable development partnership in Germany so that our science, technology and business establishments can come together to develop the technological means allowing the two countries to reach their platform and the commitments made in Glasgow. “We hope to reach agreements for enhanced cooperation on green hydrogen, renewable energy and solar energy. It is also an opportunity for the two leaders to address a business roundtable and explore opportunities for increased German investment in India,” Parvathaneni added.
He also said that the Indian community and Indian students in Germany are looking forward to Prime Minister Modi’s visit. Meanwhile, at a special briefing, Foreign Minister Vinay Mohan Kwatra said on Sunday that Prime Minister Modi would meet Chancellor Olaf Scholz in Germany. The two leaders will co-chair the 6th India-Germany Intergovernmental Consultations (IGC). (ANI)
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