PM Modi, Danish Premier Mette Frederiksen Hold Virtual Bilateral Summit
NEW DELHI || Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Denmark's Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen on Monday held a virtual bilateral summit this evening. In his opening remarks during the Summit, Modi said this virtual summit will not only prove to be useful for India-Denmark relations, but will also help in creating a common approach towards global challenges.
Modi said, COVID -19 pandemic has shown that it is risky for Global Supply Chains to be highly dependent on any single source and India is working together with Japan and Australia for supply-chain diversification and resilience. He said, other like-minded countries can also join this effort.
He said, during the pandemic, India's pharma production capability has been useful to the entire world and the main focus of Aatmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyaan is to strengthen core economic areas so that it can become useful to the world. He said, the companies that are working India will benefit from the regulatory and taxation reforms. Modi said, recently, the government has brought important reforms in agriculture and labour sector. The Prime Minister also mentioned that Denmark has been continuously participating in the Vibrant Gujarat Summit since 2009.
In her opening remarks, the Prime Minister of Denmark Mette Frederiksen said that the Summit is a milestone on our bilateral relations, and our forward-looking agreement on green strategic partnership. She said, COVID-19 has posed a challenge to all which we have to deal with unitedly.