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Prime Minster Narendra Modi said that the bilateral relations between India-Germany are based on the fundamental belief in Democracy and Rule of Law.

Appreciating the role of the Inter-Governmental Consultations, Prime Minister said this unique mechanism has helped deepen the bilateral relations between India & Germany in several fields such as New & Advanced Technoly, e-mobility, fuel cell technology, smart cities, inland water ways, coastal management, cleaning of rivers, environmental protection etc.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi was delivering in inaugural statement during the Joint Press Meet along with German Chancellor in New Delhi today.

Welcoming Germany Chancellor Dr. Angela Merkel and her delegation to India, Prime Minister said Chancellor Merkel played a key role in strengthening India- Germany relations.

Prime Minister said India is grateful for Germany’s support to India’s membership in Export control regimes and other international forums.

He said both the countries would continue the cooperation in undertaking reforms in Security Council, United Nations and other international organisations.

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December 14, 2019
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will share 'Mann Ki Baat' on Sunday, December 29th. If you have innovative ideas and suggestions, here is an opportunity to directly share it with the PM. Some of the suggestions would be referred by the Prime Minister during his address.

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