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PM Modi meets Swedish counterpart;will fly to Britain tomorrow

Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Sweden as part of his five day Europe tour.He met Swedish Prime Minister Stephan Stefan Löfven.

“Had productive discussions with Swedish PM Mr. Stefan Löfven on ways to boost India-Sweden cooperation. Our nations are strongly committed to democratic values as well as open and inclusive societies. We discussed ways to give impetus to economic ties between India and Sweden.”-Modi posted on his face book page.

On 18th April 2018 Modi will be in London on the invitation of Prime Minister Theresa May. He had last visited the UK in November 2015. India and the United Kingdom share a modern partnership bound by strong historical ties.

 
“My visit to London presents another opportunity for both countries to infuse fresh momentum to this growing bilateral engagement. I will be focusing on enhancing India-UK partnership in the areas healthcare, innovation, digitization, electric mobility, clean energy, and cyber security. Under the theme of “Living Bridge”, I will also have the opportunity to meet people from various walks of life who have enriched the multi-faceted India-UK relationship.”=says PM Modi
 
I would also call on Her Majesty The Queen, interact briefly with CEOs of the two nations who are working on a new agenda of economic partnership, launch an Ayurveda Centre of Excellence in London, and welcome the UK into the International Solar Alliance, as its newest member.
 

On 19th and 20th April I will also participate in the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting being hosted by the United Kingdom which will take over as the new Chair-in-Office of the Commonwealth from Malta. The Commonwealth is a unique multilateral grouping that not only provides useful assistance to its developing country members, particularly the small states and small-island developing states, but also has a strong international voice for development issues.

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