New Delhi (Loksatya). Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a telephonic conversation with European Commission chairperson Ursula von der Leyen today. During the talks, the two leaders exchanged views about the current status of Kovid-19 in India and the European Union, including India’s efforts to control the second wave of Kovid-19. Modi lauded the European Union and its member countries for their prompt cooperation in India’s fight against the second wave of Kovid-19.
The two leaders noted that since the India-EU summit held in July last year, there has been a renewed pace in mutual strategic partnership. The two leaders agreed that the next meeting of the India-EU leaders to be held in virtual format on the 8th is a renewed momentum to the already ongoing multifaceted relations between India and the EU. Important occasion.
This meeting of Indo-EU leaders will be the first meeting to be held in the format of EU + 27 and it shows the common aspirations of both sides to further strengthen the strategic partnership between India-EU.