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PM Modi held a Bilateral meeting with Danish PM Mette Frederiksen in Copenhagen

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COPENHAGEN : Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi on Tuesday reached Copenhagen in Denmark from Berlin to begin the second leg of his visit to the three European nations. This will be the Prime Minister’s first visit to Denmark, but his third summit-level interaction with his Danish counterpart.

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi held a bilateral meeting with the Prime Minister of Denmark, H.E. Ms. Mette Frederiksen.

The two leaders held talks in a one-on-one format, followed by delegation level talks.Both Prime Ministers noted with satisfaction the progress made in various areas since the visit of Prime Minister Frederiksen to India in October 2021 especially in the sectors of Renewable Energy, Health, Ports, Shipping and Water management.

The two Prime Ministers welcomed the Letter of Intent on the establishment of a Centre of Excellence on Green Shipping, which will further strengthen the bilateral maritime cooperation.

Both Prime Ministers reviewed progress of the India-Denmark Green Strategic Partnership. Discussions covered cooperation in renewable energy, especially offshore wind energy and green hydrogen, as well as skill development, health, shipping, water and the Arctic, among others.

Letter of Intent (LoI) between Ministry of Ports, Shipping and Waterways, GOI and Ministry of Business, Industry and Financial Affairs of Denmark on Centre of Excellence in Green Shipping agreement signed/announced during Prime Minister’s Denmark visit.

Prime Minister appreciated the positive contribution of Danish companies in India to our flagship programmes. Prime Minister Frederiksen highlighted the positive role of Indian companies in Denmark.

Both leaders lauded the expanding people to people ties between the two countries, and welcomed the Declaration of Intent on a migration and mobility partnership.

Both leaders also exchanged views on regional and global issues.

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