German Ambassador to India
Philipp Ackermann recently informed about the visit of German Chancellor Olaf Scholz to India, in which he will hold bilateral talks with PM Modi. He had said, ‘Prime Minister Modi has visited Germany twice, so Olaf has decided to come to India. During this, we will talk to him on many issues.
Australia’s PM will come to Delhi
After this, on March 8, Prime Minister of Australia Anthony Albanese will come on his first visit to India and will hold bilateral talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The heads of the two countries met late last year at the G20 summit held in Bali, Indonesia. Meanwhile, while announcing his visit to India, the Prime Minister of Australia had said, ‘I will visit India in March. We are taking a business delegation to India and this will be an important visit and enhance the relationship between our two countries.
Italian PM’s visit to India
After German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, Italy’s newly elected Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni will visit New Delhi on March 2. This will be Meloni’s first visit to India after taking over as Prime Minister in October last year. In this visit, Meloni will meet his Indian counterpart PM Narendra Modi. It is believed that during this time, apart from strengthening trade and defense ties, the two countries will hold talks on strengthening their bilateral relations including the fight against terrorism.
G-20 Foreign Ministers Meeting
Apart from these heads of state, there will also be a meeting of foreign ministers of G-20 countries in Delhi on March 1-2 under the chairmanship of India. Foreign ministers of all G-20 member countries including Russia, America, China, Japan, Australia and Britain will participate in this meeting and discuss the agenda related to G-20 under the chairmanship of India.