Prime Minister Narendra Modi met US President Joe Biden, Canadian PM Justin Trudeau and French President Emmanuel Macron at the G7 summit in Germany on Monday.
PM Modi was welcomed by German chancellor Olaf Scholz at G7 summit. The Group of Seven (G7) rich democracies will commit to a new package of coordinated actions meant to raise pressure on Russia over its war in Ukraine, and will finalise plans for a price cap on Russian oil, a senior US official said on Monday.
On Sunday, PM Modi held a productive meeting with Argentinian President Alberto Fernandez. During the meeting, the two leaders discussed various issues like trade and investment, defence cooperation, agriculture, climate action and food security.
“Reviewed the full range of the India-Argentina friendship during the very productive meeting with President @alferdez in Munich. Stronger cooperation between our nations will greatly benefit our people,” PM Modi tweeted.
“I will be exchanging views with the G7 countries, G7 partner countries and guest international organisations on topical issues such as the environment, energy, climate, food security, health, counter-terrorism, gender equality and democracy. I look forward to meeting leaders of some of the participating G7 and guest countries on the sidelines of the summit,” the Prime Minister had said in an official statement.
After attending the summit, the prime minister will be travelling to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on June 28.