PM Modi attends the G7 Summit in Germany before departing for the UAE


After attending the G7 summit in Germany and meeting various international leaders there, Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for a brief visit to the UAE on Tuesday.

The Ministry of External Affairs tweeted, “PM @narendramodi concludes his visit to Germany for the G7 Summit, finishing up two productive days of deliberations on sustainable solutions to global concerns, PM Modi today embarks for Abu Dhabi for a brief layover before reaching New Delhi.”

He will send his condolences to the UAE on behalf of Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the late ruler of Abu Dhabi and former president of the UAE. He will send Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the former president of the UAE and ruler of Abu Dhabi, his personal condolences in the UAE. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, who had been in office since 2004, passed away on May 13 at the age of 73 following a protracted illness. Modi had expressed sorrow over his passing, praising him as a great statesman and a forward-thinking leader who fostered the development of India-UAE relations.

“I’m leaving Germany following a fruitful trip during which I attended the @G7 Summit, spoke with a number of world leaders, and took part in a special community programme in Munich. We were able to talk on a variety of topics that would promote prosperity and well-being worldwide,” Modi tweeted. “I appreciate the kindness extended to me throughout the entire tour by the German people, @Bundeskanzler Scholz, and the German government. The partnership between Germany and India will undoubtedly reach new heights in the future, the prime minister wrote.

At a G7 summit session on Monday, Modi emphasised India’s initiatives for sustainable development, renewable energy, healthy lifestyles, and the wellbeing of the world. Modi met with counterparts from the UK, Japan, and Italy during his two-day visit to Germany, and the two of them discussed a variety of topics. While reviewing the India-EU partnership in trade, investment, technology, and climate action, Modi also met with President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen. The two leaders had fruitful discussions.

In Germany, he also ran into Indonesian President Joko Widodo. The two presidents decided to continue the momentum in the India-Germany Strategic Partnership and broaden their bilateral cooperation on climate-related problems during their meeting with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz for the benefit of their respective populations and the world as a whole.

Modi also had a meeting with the president of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa, during which he discussed the development of their bilateral relationship and reaffirmed the necessity of further deepening cooperation in areas such as trade and investment, food security, pharmaceuticals, defence, and digital financial inclusion. Over a cup of tea, Modi and French President Emmanuel Macron talked about a variety of international and bilateral problems.

Additionally, Modi had meetings with Emmanuel Macron of France, Joe Biden of the United States, and Justin Trudeau of Canada. Modi spoke to the Indian diaspora on Sunday at a sizable community gathering at Munich’s Audi Dome indoor stadium.