Berlin [Germany]May 3 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen interacted on Tuesday with top executives in India and Denmark, and during the meeting, Prime Minister Modi invited Danish companies to invest in India, said the newly appointed Foreign Minister Vinay Kwatra.
Kwatra held a press conference at the end of the second part of Prime Minister Modi’s visit to Europe on Tuesday (local time).
“In the high-profile business event, two prime ministers (PM Modi and the Danish Prime Minister) also interacted with top executives in India and Denmark. During this interaction, Prime Minister Modi invited Danish companies to associate with and invest in India’s economic growth history,” said Kwatra.
He said that 17 Danish CEOs and 13 Indian CEOs were also present at this business event.
“It was also clearly recognized at the event that India and Denmark and the private sector stakeholders must highlight and project the success and strength of commercial partnerships between the two countries to the world,” Kwatra added.
The Foreign Minister gave further details about Prime Minister Modi’s visit to Denmark. He said that after the business event, PM Modi interacted with the Indian diaspora with great energy and enthusiasm.
Kwatra informed that tomorrow PM Modi will participate in the second India-Nordic summit with the prime ministers of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Sweden and Norway. But before the summit begins, PM Modi will also hold bilateral summits with the leaders of Norway, Iceland, Finland and Sweden. (ANI)