Narendra Modi Europe visit Highlights: Addressing the Indian community in Denmark, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Tuesday that whatever India is achieving today, it is the achievement of about one-fifth of humanity. “When I meet world leaders, they proudly tell me about achievements of the Indian community settled in their countries,” he added.
Earlier, in a joint address with the Danish PM, PM Modi said that India has appealed for an immediate ceasefire in Ukraine. He made the statement at a press conference following his arrival in Denmark as a part of the second leg of his three-nation Europe trip. PM Modi was welcomed at the Copenhagen airport by his Danish counterpart Mette Frederiksen, and is expected to attend the 2nd India-Nordic Summit.
Modi arrived in Copenhagen from Germany where he held detailed bilateral discussions with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and co-chaired the India-Germany inter-governmental consultations. Before leaving Berlin, the Prime Minister tweeted that his visit to Germany was “productive”. Scholz said that he has invited Modi to the G-7 meeting which will be held in Germany in the last week of June. Next, PM Modi will travel to France and meet with President Emmanuel Macron on Wednesday.