Abroad Modi impressed by Danish PM's love for India, thanks to 'friend' Frederickson

 Webmultichannel: Integrity and cultural diversity are the strengths of Indians. The world's most powerful leaders have always praised the peace-loving attitude and hard work of Indians. This was stated by PM Modi while addressing the Indian community in Copenhagen. The Prime Minister of Denmark Matt Frederickson was present on the occasion.

On the second day of his European tour, Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Denmark. He was welcomed at the airport in the capital, Copenhagen, by the Prime Minister of Denmark. The two leaders met at his residence. They talked for a while. Later, the Prime Minister attended a function in front of the Indian community. He was seen giving a speech there.

In today's speech, he was seen expressing his unconditional gratitude and friendship towards the Prime Minister of Denmark. "The presence of the Prime Minister of Denmark, Matt Frederickson, at today's event is a testament to his love and respect for the people of India," he said. He recalled that Frederickson had arrived in India last year at a time when the tour of international leaders had almost come to a halt due to the Corona outbreak.

Meanwhile, the Prime Minister of Denmark also paid tribute to the Prime Minister. He said, "I am just happy to be here with you today. I am proud to welcome my friend Prime Minister Modi to Denmark. "

It is to be noted that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has come to Europe in the wake of the Ukraine war. Before leaving the country, Modi said the purpose of his visit was to strengthen ties with European partners. In the war, India is practically on the side of 'friend' Russia. Western countries are not taking India's position lightly. And so Modi's visit is seen as important in balancing international relations. He came to Denmark after Germany. Then Modi will go to France. Informed quarters consider his meeting in Paris with Emmanuel Macron, who has been elected President of France for the third time, very important.

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