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The Prime Minister was greeted by the Indians, and the German bride touched his feet and asked for blessings- Chem Cho. Modi arrives in Germany; He will hold meetings with more than 12 international leaders

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has left for Munich, Germany to attend the 48th G-7 Summit. He was warmly welcomed by the Indian community gathered there. Meanwhile, a German woman who married an Indian woman touches Modi’s feet with her husband and is blessed. This woman asked the Prime Minister in Hindi- How are you? Then I asked in Gujarati- Kem Cho (how are you). Modi was delighted with this style. Told this girl – you have also learned Hindi.

Bavarian bands welcome Prime Minister Modi at Munich Airport in Germany. During this time, traditional German music continued to play.

Modi discussed with the children among the expatriate Indians who had gathered to welcome him at the Munich Hotel.

Modi discussed with the children among the expatriate Indians who had gathered to welcome him at the Munich Hotel.

In Munich, Prime Minister Modi was given an enthusiastic welcome by expatriate Indians.  Then, the slogans 'Har Har Modi' and 'Welcome to Modiji' were raised.

In Munich, Prime Minister Modi was given an enthusiastic welcome by expatriate Indians. Then, the slogans ‘Har Har Modi’ and ‘Welcome to Modiji’ were raised.

The conference will be held from June 26 to 28
The Prime Minister’s visit is two days long. Modi will hold talks with leaders of more than 12 countries. Participates in more than 15 shows. The summit will be held from June 26 to 28. After that, he goes to the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Apart from participating in the G7 summit discussions on climate, energy, food security, health and gender equality, Modi is also holding a number of bilateral meetings.

Apart from participating in the G7 summit discussions on climate, energy, food security, health and gender equality, Modi is also holding a number of bilateral meetings.

Modi participates in a social event
Ahead of his visit to Germany – United Arab Emirates, Modi said that there are bilateral meetings with the leaders of the countries participating in the summit. In addition, talks will be held with members of the Indian community at a community event in Munich, Germany.

The Prime Minister had said that he would visit Schloss Elmau in Germany at the invitation of German Chancellor Olaf Scholes for the G-7 Summit under the German President. Nice to meet the President of Germany.

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The Prime Minister is attending two sessions of the G-7
Modi is mainly participating in two sessions of the G-7 organization. The Prime Minister said the summit would focus on climate, energy, health and food security and gender equality. In addition, India’s position on the Ukraine-Russia war is likely to be discussed in the Indo-Pacific region.

Peak AC-free hotel

The summit will take place at the Sklos Elmaw Palace in the Bavarian Valley on the southern Austrian border.

The summit will take place at the Sklos Elmaw Palace in the Bavarian Valley on the southern Austrian border.

The hotel where the convention will take place has no air conditioning. The palace has an environmentally friendly cooling system where the temperature is maintained at 8 degrees Celsius. The hotel hosted the G-7 in 2015. There are 47 Presidential Suites to host, located outside the main hotel. This is called retreat. The Prime Minister will leave Germany for the United Arab Emirates on June 27.

The G-7 is a group of seven countries
The G-7 Group is currently the group of seven richest nations in the world, led by Germany. The group includes Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the United States. Countries such as Argentina, Indonesia, Senegal and South Africa have also been invited.

The meeting will be attended by US President Joe Biden, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, French President Emmanuel Macro, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and other key leaders.

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