PM Modi to taste Kathua-Unnao protests in United Kingdom too

PM Modi to taste Kathua-Unnao protests in United Kingdom too

On April 17, India and Sweden organize the first India-Nordic Summit, in which, in addition to Modi and Lofven, the Prime Ministers of Denmark, Finland, Iceland and Norway will attend.

Following his meeting with Theresa May, the prime minister will head to the Science Museum in London to visit the "5000 Years of Science and Innovation" exhibition and interact with Indian-origin and other scientists and innovators based in the UK.

Last year, Saab had assured it will ensure "full" technology transfer of its Gripen-E fighter jet to India if the company gets the contract to supply a fleet of the combat aircraft to Indian Air Force. Sweden's specialisation in green energy converges with India's recent push to renewable energy generation.

PM Modi will meet King Carl XVI Gustaf at the Royal Palace in the morning of April 17th, followed by bilateral talks with Löfven and roundtable discussions with the business leaders.

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A spokesperson for South Asia Solidarity Group said that around 2,000 people from all over United Kingdom are expected to gather outside Downing Street, where PM Modi will meet British PM Theresa May.

With the opposition blaming the Prime Minister for not responding on the issues that have been shaking the nation, Modi made some sensational comments. He said, the partnership is based on democratic values and commitment to an open, inclusive and rule-based global order. The Prime Minister will also hold bilateral discussions with his Swedish counterpart.

"I will be visiting Sweden and the United Kingdom for bilateral meetings and for the India-Nordic Summit and the CHOGM during", Modi said in a statement ahead of the visit. The Nordic countries have globally recognised strengths in clean technologies, environmental solutions, ports modernisation, cold-chains, skill development and innovation. Apart from bilateral talks with Lofven on Tuesday, Modi will also attend an India-Nordic Summit. Prime Minister's connect with the diaspora is sure to leverage the Indian technocrats living in countries such as Sweden to push economic growth in India. Nordic competencies fit well with the vision for India's transformation. Mr Modi said, his visit to London presents another opportunity for both countries to infuse fresh momentum to this growing bilateral engagement. While returning from Britain on April 20, he will stop over in Germany where he will a meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

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