India and Denmark exchanged four agreements. Prime Minister Narendra Modi met with his Danish counterpart, Mette Frederiksen, and signed an MoU due to their discussions.. S Jaishankar, India’s External Affairs Minister, stated that the visit would help advance the two countries’ Green Strategic Partnership. Mette Frederiksen, the Danish prime minister, is in India for the first time. Prime Minister Modi welcomed her at Rashtrapati Bhavan, where she later paid her respects to Gandhi at Rajghat. As a result, Denmark views India’s visit as a significant moment for the two countries relationship.
- India and Denmark exchanged four agreements.
- Prime Minister Narendra Modi met with his Danish counterpart, Mette Frederiksen, and signed an MoU due to their discussions.
- S Jaishankar, India’s External Affairs Minister, stated that the visit would help advance the two countries’ Green Strategic Partnership.
- Denmark views India’s visit as a significant moment for the two country relationship.
- The Indian government regards us as a close ally.
- “I see this trip as a turning point in bilateral ties between Denmark and India,” she said.
Following a meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Danish counterpart Mette Frederiksen on Saturday, India and Denmark exchanged four agreements.
CSIR-NGRI Hyderabad, Aarhus University, Denmark, and the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland have signed a first Memorandum of Understanding (Mou) on mapping groundwater resources and aquifers.
The Traditional Knowledge Digital Library Access Agreement was signed by the Danish Patent and Trademark Office and the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research.
The Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru and Danfoss Industries Private Limited signed a third Memorandum of Understanding to establish a Centre of Excellence for natural refrigerants for tropical climates with potential applications.
The fourth agreement was a Joint Letter of Intent between the Indian and Danish Ministries for Skill Development & Entrepreneurship.
EAM S Jaishankar met with Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen of Denmark earlier today and stated that her visit to India will help advance the two countries’ Green Strategic Partnership. He also met with other foreign ministers.
Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen of Denmark was welcomed to India for the first time. EAM Jaishankar tweeted that as a result of this, the Green Strategic Partnership will move forward. Frederiksen is in India for the first time as a head of state. Frederiksen was given a ceremonial welcome at the Rashtrapati Bhavan in Delhi by Prime Minister Modi earlier today. During her visit to Rajghat, she paid homage to Mahatma Gandhi.
The Danish Prime Minister described her trip as a watershed moment in bilateral relations between her country and the United States. The Indian government regards us as a close ally. “I see this visit as a turning point in bilateral ties between Denmark and India,” she said.
After the welcome ceremony at Rashtrapati Bhavan, Frederiksen said that she expects an ambitious Indian government to take responsibility for the issue of green transition in India and the rest of the world.
On Saturday morning, the Prime Minister of Denmark arrived in New Delhi. At the Delhi airport, she was greeted by Meenakshi Lekhi, Minister of State for External Affairs. Speaking on behalf of the ministry, Arindam Bagchi said the visit of the Danish PM is an opportunity to review and advance the India-Denmark Green Strategic Partnership. A meeting with President Ram Nath Kovind is on Frederiksen’s agenda. Along the way, she’ll meet with think tanks, students, and other members of the community.
Indian officials hailed her visit as historic, noting that it was the first by a head of state since cOvID-19 travel restrictions went into effect in March of last year. Early this year, EAM Jaishankar also paid a visit to the Danish capital of Copenhagen. (ANI)
It was a privilege to bid farewell and see off Her Excellency Mette Frederiksen,the Prime Minister of Denmark, at New Delhi International Airport, after she successfully concluded her 3 day visit to India. pic.twitter.com/vcizCGCZKf— Dr Jitendra Singh (@DrJitendraSingh) October 12, 2021
India-Denmark are partnering on several fronts such as clean energy under the Green Strategic Partnership and Agro-Tech.— BJP (@BJP4India) October 9, 2021
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