Prime Minister Narendra Modi will have bilateral talks with his Swedish counterpart Stefan Lofven in capital Stockholm today.
PM Modi has reached Stockholm last evening on the first leg of his three-nation visit. India and Sweden will be announcing a Joint Action Plan and sign a Joint Innovation Partnership during the visit.
PM Modi to bilateral talks with his counterparts of other Nordic Countries, Denmark, Finland, Iceland and Norway. In a significant development, India and Sweden are co-hosting the first-ever India-Nordic summit this evening. In a hectic schedule, the Prime Minister will also address CEOs of Swedish business majors and address the Indian community in Sweden.
With an aim to further enhancing the bilateral cooperation that India and Sweden enjoying since long, an Indian Prime Minister visited Sweden after about three decades.
Mr Modi was extended warm welcome by Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven at the Arlanda Airport of Stockholm last evening. The two leaders travelled together till the hotel where the Prime Minister will have bilateral talks with his counterparts of other Nordic Countries, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and also to attend the first ever India-Nordic summit, being co-hosted by India and Sweden.
Besides furthering the bilateral cooperation with Sweden, India is intended to showcase opportunities available to the Nordic region in the form of huge market and pool of talent.
At the same time, in a win-win manner, India wants to utilise the innovative technologies that the Nordic Countries have. Before leaving this evening, the Prime Minister will also address the Indian community in Stockholm.