New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi will today embark on a five-day visit to Sweden and the UK with an aim to boost bilateral cooperation in key areas, including trade and investment. Prime Minister will visit Sweden and Britain on his trip. These tours will last from April 16 to April 21. During his visit to Britain, the Prime Minister will discuss strengthening bilateral relations with Britain. Apart from this Modi will attend the conference of heads of Commonwealth countries.
Before leaving, the Prime Minister tweeted that he is hopeful of deepening the bilateral partnership between the two countries in various sectors including trade, investment and clean energy. Modi wrote on Facebook that there is a friendly relationship between India and Sweden. Our partnership is based on the commitment to the global system of democratic values and open, inclusive and on the basis of the rules. Sweden is a valuable partner in our development initiatives.
Foreign Secretary Nagaraj Naidu told media that during the Prime Minister’s visit, discussions will be made to deepen the mutual relations of India and Britain, in which the main subject will be technology.
The Prime Minister will visit Sweden at the first stop of his visit, which will be the first visit of any Indian Prime Minister in three decades. During the visit to Sweden, Modi will participate in the first Indo-Nordic Conference with bilateral talks.
Subrata Bhattacharya, Joint Secretary, Ministry of External Affairs, said that the conference was co-organized by India and Sweden. All the Nordic countries are participating in this conference. It will include the Prime Minister of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.
Modi will go on a two-day visit to Sweden on April 16-17. The Prime Minister will reach Stockholm on the evening of 16 April. On 17th April he will be attending several meetings. There will be bilateral meetings with the Prime Ministers of Denmark, Finland, Iceland and Norway of Modi of the Indo-Nordic Conference.
After this, the Prime Minister will go to Britain. Here, Prince Charles and Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also see an exhibition on Ayurveda put together. There is also a program for Modi to visit some institutions. During his visit, Prime Minister Modi will conduct bilateral talks with his British counterpart Theresa May. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address a debate session on 18th April, titled ‘India talk, with everyone’.
During his visit, Prime Minister will participate in the Summit of Commonwealth Heads of Government In it, 53 member states will decide the stages of opportunities and challenges, democracy and pursuit of prosperity and prosperity. This summit will be held in Windsor Castle for the first time.