The European Commission’s (EU) President Ursula Von Der Leyen will be in India from 24-25 April. This data was given by the Ministry of External Affairs on Tuesday. The MEA has said that this will be the principal visit of the President of the European Commission to India.
During this, she will hold reciprocal discussions with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Aside from this, she will likewise meet President Ram Nath Kovind and different pioneers.
This year, the EU President had been welcomed for the Raisina Dialogue as the chief guest and she will convey her location on 25 April. The assertion from the Ministry of External Affairs said “India and the European Union offer an essential association that reaches from the environment and governmental issues to trade and digital,”. The Raisina Dialogue was started in the year 2016.
Raisina Dialog is a yearly meeting wherein international and geo-monetary issues are examined. It is mutually coordinated by the Ministry of External Affairs of India and the Observer Research Foundation (ORF).
The main objective of this Meeting is that The Foreign, Defense and Finance Ministers of different nations are invited to the Raisina Dialog. The fundamental goal of the Raisina Dialog is to investigate potential outcomes and open doors for Asian incorporation as well as concerning better coordination of Asia with the remainder of the world.
The Raisina Dialogue is a multilateral meeting focused on resolving the difficult issues confronting the worldwide local area.