Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg will embrace a three-day visit to India from January 7 to hold chats on different issues “to additionally grow the multifaceted organization in regions of normal intrigue.”
PM Solberg is coming to India at the welcome of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
“Solberg will pay a state visit to India from January 7-9 and joined by senior authorities from her administration and a vast business appointment,” said Union Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) in an announcement.
Amid the visit, the Norwegian Prime Minister will approach President Ram Nath Kovind and Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu and hold converses with Prime Minister Modi. Outside Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj will likewise approach Prime Minister Solberg.
Head administrator Solberg will convey the debut address at the Raisina Dialog and will likewise address India-Norway Business Summit.
“The up and coming visit of Prime Minister Solberg will give a chance to the opposite sides to survey the advancement in two-sided participation and talk about approaches to additionally grow the multifaceted organization in territories of basic intrigue,” the MEA explanation said.
India and Norway appreciate close and multifaceted ties. Monetary and specialized collaboration are imperative features of the respective relations.
In excess of 100 Norwegian organizations have put resources into India in territories, for example, shipbuilding, oil related administrations, hydropower, clean vitality, and IT administrations. A few noteworthy Indian organizations are likewise present in Norway.
The two countries have a common enthusiasm for supportable utilization of sea assets for the development of their separate economies.