Prime Minister Narendra Modi held bilateral discussions with a number of leaders on the sidelines of the ongoing G-20 Summit in Hamburg, Germany today.
Mr Modi and President of the Republic of Korea Moon Jae-in expressed their commitment to further develop the special strategic partnership between the two countries.
For this, the two leaders agreed for working through programmes like Make in India, Digital India and Startup India. President Moon has accepted an Invitation extended by Mr Modi to visit India at an early date.
Mr Modi held bilateral discussions with his Italy counterpart Paolo Gentolini which focussed on promoting bilateral relations. An official release said the two leaders stressed the significance of promoting interaction between medium enterprises of the two countries for strengthening bilateral economic cooperation.
The Prime Minister of Italy appreciated Indian investments in his country, including in industrial sector. The two leaders also discussed ways and means to work together for providing sustainable solutions to prevent climate change and promote development in Africa.
Mr Modi also discussed bilateral matters with his Norwegian Counterpart Ms Erna Solberg. The two leaders agreed to strengthen economic relations. Mr Modi invited participation of Norwegian pension funds in the National Investment and Infrastructure Fund.
Meanwhhile, the G20 leaders deliberated upon partnership with Africa and matter relating migration and health at its working session.