PM Modi to Attend World Economic Forum in Davos

Narendra Modi departs for Delhi from Paris on June 03, 2017. Photo: Press Information Bureau
Narendra Modi departs for Delhi from Paris on June 03, 2017. Photo: Press Information Bureau

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The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, will participate in the World Economic Forum – beginning today – in Davos, Switzerland.

“I look forward to my first visit to the World Economic Forum at Davos, at the invitation of India’s good friend and Founder of the WEF, Prof Klaus Schwab,” Modi said. “The theme of the Forum, “Creating a Shared Future in a Fractured World” is both thoughtful and apt.”

Modi will address the participants on Tuesday. “At Davos, I look forward to sharing my vision for India’s future engagement with the international community,” he said.

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In recent years, according to Modi, India’s engagement with the outside world has become truly and effectively multi-dimensional covering the political, economic, people to people, security, and other spheres.

Apart from the events for the World Economic Forum, Modi will hold bilateral meetings with the President of the Swiss Confederation Alain Berset and Prime Minister of Sweden Stefan Lofven.

“I am confident that these bilateral meetings would be fruitful and give a boost to our relations with these countries and further strengthen economic engagement,” Modi said.

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