Green strategic partnership between India and Denmark will strengthen bilateral relations: Kovind

President Ram Nath Kovind met Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen on Saturday and said the Green Strategic Partnership between India and Denmark will further strengthen bilateral ties. During the meeting, the president also noted that India and Denmark have strong trade and investment ties, according to an official statement.

The Danish public and private sectors are already actively involved in several Indian states, advancing key national missions such as Make in India, Jal Jeevan Mission, Smart Cities, Digital India, Startup India, Clean India and Clean Ganga, etc. he declared. .

Frederiksen called Kovind at the Rashtrapati Bhavan here.

The Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Denmark is the first head of government the president has received since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the statement released by Rashtrapati Bhavan.

Hailing Frederiksen, Kovind said that India and Denmark are longtime friends and that the warm and friendly ties between the two countries are rooted in history as well as in shared values ​​and aspirations.

“The recently launched Green Strategic Partnership between India and Denmark will make our relationship even stronger,” Kovind said in the statement.

The green partnership, finalized at a virtual summit between the prime ministers of the two countries, aims to create a framework for a significant expansion of cooperation in the fields of renewable energies, environment, economy, change climate, science and technology.

Kovind also invited the Queen of the Kingdom of Denmark, Margrethe II, to visit India next year, which would coincide with the momentous occasion of the golden jubilee of her reign and the 75 years of independence of the ‘India, according to the statement.

He said the Queen’s 1963 visit to India as Crown Princess is always warmly remembered in the country.

“The President thanked His Excellency and the government and people of Denmark for their solidarity during the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in India,” the statement said.

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