New Delhi, The next fortnight will see a series of summits between India and Europe, ranging from the Indian stance on the Russia-Ukraine war to the questions raised over oil purchases from Russia. In this episode, where leaders like British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and European Union President Ursula van der Leyen are coming to India.
In the first week of May, PM Modi will go on a three-nation tour of Europe. In this first foreign tour of the year 2022, PM Modi will go to Germany, Denmark and France. From bilateral relations to regional equations and trade-offs, there are many important issues on the PM’s Europe tour agenda.
According to diplomatic sources, Europe and India know each other’s importance. This is the reason why both the parties are realizing each other’s side through high level dialogue. So as not to affect the important project of partnership. The European Union is the third largest trading partner for India. India is not only a big market for Europe but also a hub for efforts to strengthen the supply chain. The process of negotiating a comprehensive trade agreement between India and Europe began last year.
However, according to diplomatic sources, preparations for the PM’s visit are still being finalized. If there is no major change in the situation, the PM will visit three European countries from May 1 to 5.
In Germany, where PM Modi will hold a high-level meeting with the new German Chancellor Olof Schultz, this will be the first face-to-face meeting between the two leaders. At the same time, with the Indo-Nordic Summit in Damnark, Modi will hold a number of important bilateral meetings. In addition to Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Iceland and other countries come to the Nordic region of Europe.