Before leaving for the G-7 conference, PM Modi said – ‘I will keep my views on big issues like terrorism, environment’


New Delhi: The G-7 summit is starting in Germany from Sunday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also reach Germany to participate in this two-day conference. PM Modi said on Saturday that after the Indo-German Intergovernmental Consultations (IGC) held last year, he will once again meet German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, which is a matter of pleasure for me.

Ahead of his visit to Germany for the G-7 summit, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said he would exchange views with the grouping and its partners on issues such as energy, food security, counter-terrorism measures, environment and democracy.

Seven richest countries will be on one platform
Modi will visit Schloss Elmau in southern Germany on June 26 and 27 for the summit of the G-7, a grouping of the world’s seven richest countries. G-7 leaders are expected to focus on the Ukraine crisis that has sparked geopolitical turmoil, in addition to fueling the global food and energy crisis.

Modi is going to attend the G-7 summit at the invitation of German Chancellor Olaf Schultz. The summit is being hosted by Germany as the chairman of the G-7.

“In an effort to strengthen international cooperation on important global issues affecting humanity, Germany has also invited other democracies such as Argentina, Indonesia, Senegal and South Africa to the G-7 summit,” the Prime Minister said in a statement ahead of his visit. Invited to the conference.

These issues will be discussed in the conference
Modi said, “During the summit session, I will exchange views with G-7 partner countries and visiting international organizations on topical issues such as environment, energy, climate, food security, health, counter-terrorism, gender equality and democracy. – I will provide.

Modi said he looked forward to meeting the leaders of the G-7 and some of the visiting countries on the sidelines of the summit. The prime minister said he looked forward to meeting Chancellor Schultz again after a “fruitful” India-Germany Inter-Governmental Consultation (IGC) last month.

PM Modi will leave tonight
“During my visit to Germany, I am also looking forward to meeting members of the Indian diaspora from Europe, who are contributing greatly to the local economies as well as enriching our relations with European countries,” the Prime Minister said. Modi will leave for Germany on Saturday night.

From Germany, Modi will visit the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on June 28 to condole the death of former UAE President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan. Modi said, “On my way back to India, I will be staying briefly in Abu Dhabi, UAE on June 28 for a meeting with Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE and Ruler of Abu Dhabi, and former President of the UAE and Abu Dhabi. I will personally express my condolences on the passing away of the ruler of Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan.

Zayed Al Nahyan died on 13 May. Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu went to UAE to offer condolences on behalf of India.

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