No significant global crisis can be handled without India, and the nation is a vital partner for Germany, according to Dr. Tobias Lindner, Minister of State at the German Federal Foreign Office.
On the sidelines of an event, he told ANI that India and Germany will strengthen their collaboration in technology, education, security, and climate change.
We want to work with India on technology, education, security, and climate change. Without India, no major problem can be solved. India is an extremely significant partner. Linder stated that he is looking forward to developing Germany-India cooperation.
The German leader’s words came only days before Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Germany.
In addition to Germany, the Prime Minister will go to Denmark and France on his first overseas trip of the year, which will take place from May 2 to 4.
In Berlin, Prime Minister Modi will conduct bilateral meetings with German Federal Chancellor Olaf Scholz, and the two leaders will co-chair the sixth edition of India-Germany Inter-Governmental Consultations (IGC).
The biannual IGC is a unique debate format in which numerous ministers from both sides participate. This will be the Prime Minister’s first IGC with Chancellor Scholz, as well as the new German government’s first such government-to-government meetings since taking office in December 2021.
During their visit, Prime Minister and Chancellor Scholz will also address a Business Event together. In addition, the Prime Minister will speak and interact with the Indian community in Germany.