Prime Minister Narendra Modi met European Union (EU) President Ursula Van Der. The EU President was invited for the Raisina Dialogue. PM Modi reviewed progress in India-EU Strategic Partnership and agreed to deepen cooperation in areas of trade, climate, digital as well as people-to-people ties.
This information was given by the spokesperson of the Ministry of External Affairs. The EU President said, "This year marks the 60th anniversary of EU-India relations and I think this relationship is today more important than ever." We are vibrant democracies, big economies and we have a lot in common but we are also facing a challenge.
The President of the European Union said that “this year is celebrating the 60th anniversary of EU-Indian relations and I believe that today this relationship is more important than ever.” She said that “we are Vibrant Democracies, Big Economies as well as many things are common among us but there are also some challenges. So I appreciate this meeting.” Ursula Vaughan further said that the EU has only one Trade and Technology Union and that is with the US. I believe that is why this is the time when it is important for us that other trade and technology should be with India. We have India as a technological power.
The European Union (EU) said that the strategic cooperation mechanism will strengthen the two partners to meet the challenges of "trade alliances, reliable technology and security" and also deepen cooperation between the two sides in these areas. The EU said the two sides also agreed that the rapidly changing geopolitical environment required joint and comprehensive strategic cooperation.
PM Narendra Modi held talks with European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen in New Delhi today. They reviewed progress in vibrant India-EU Strategic Partnership & agreed to deepen cooperation in areas of trade, climate, digital technology & people-to-people ties: EAM spox pic.twitter.com/4oGx9DcA1v— ANI (@ANI) April 25, 2022
The theme of the dialogue was kept “Terranova: Impassioned, Impatient and Imperilled”. The oldest name of the earth is 'Terranova'. The theme aims to look at the earth from a new perspective. There are six major themes under this theme and the entire event will be centred around this. These are fresh ideas about democracy, the role of multilateral agencies, the status of the Indo-Pacific region, community-level challenges to health and development, the goal of a green system overcoming environmental challenges, and technology. Changing the situation.