PM Modi an inspiration for rest of the world: Danish PM Mette Frederiksen

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Describing Prime Minister Narendra Modi as an inspiration to the rest of the world, Danish Prime Minister Mette Fredriksson on Saturday said the cooperation between India and Denmark is a great example of how green development and green transition can go hand in hand.

New Delhi: Describing Prime Minister Narendra Modi as an inspiration to the rest of the world, Danish Prime Minister Mette Fredriksson on Saturday said the cooperation between India and Denmark is a great example of how green development and green transition can go hand in hand. Huh.

“You (Prime Minister Modi) are an inspiration to the rest of the world as you have set some very ambitious goals for clean water and renewable energy to over one million homes. I am proud that you have accepted my invitation. To visit Denmark,” said the Danish Prime Minister after the bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Modi.

Frederickson noted that both nations believe in an international system based on rules. “The cooperation between India and Denmark is a great example of how green development and green transition can go hand in hand,” she said.

The Danish Prime Minister made these remarks after the exchange of four agreements between the two countries.

Prime Minister Modi said that the Green Strategic Partnership between India and Denmark is a symbol of far-reaching thinking in both the countries.

Prime Minister Modi said, “A year ago today, in our virtual summit, we took the historic decision to establish a Green Strategic Partnership between India and Denmark. This is a sign of far-reaching thinking and respect for the environment in both our countries.” .

“During our virtual summit, we had decided to establish a green strategic partnership between our two countries. Today, we reviewed and reiterated our commitment to this,” he said.

The four agreements signed between India and Denmark include a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on mapping of groundwater resources and aquifers between the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research- National Geophysical Research Institute, Hyderabad, Aarhus University, Denmark and the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland. .

The second agreement was signed between the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research and the Danish Patent and Trademark Office on the Traditional Knowledge Digital Library Access Agreement.

Meanwhile, the third MoU was signed between the Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru and Danfoss Industries Pvt Ltd to set up a Center of Excellence for Natural Refrigerants for Tropical Climates with Potential Applications.

The fourth agreement was a joint letter of intent between the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Government of the Republic of India and the Government of the Kingdom of Denmark. (ANI)

First published:October 9, 2021, 4:05 pm

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