During interaction with the Indian diaspora in Germany, a video of a small boy singing a patriotic song for PM Modi is going viral on social media.
New Delhi: In his three-day Europe visit, Prime Minister Narendra Modi received a warm welcome in Germany on Monday. After his arrival at Berlin’s iconic Brandenburg Gate, the colours and diversity of India were displayed to welcome him. Indian origin people living in Germany showed their heartwarming gesture for the Prime Minister.
During interaction with the Indian diaspora in Germany, a video of a small boy singing a patriotic song for PM Modi is going viral on social media. In the video, the Prime Minister was also seen grooving and appreciating the little kid for his talent.
During his interaction, a girl child presented him a portrait of his picture. He took a picture with the girl who called him her icon. The PM signed the portrait and handed it over to her.
Visibly overwhelmed after getting a grand welcome, Narendra Modi tweeted, “It was early morning in Berlin yet several people from the Indian community came by. Was wonderful connecting with them. India is proud of the accomplishments of our diaspora.”
Early morning on Monday, he informed about his landing in the European country by tweeting, “Landed in Berlin. Today, I will be holding talks with Chancellor @OlafScholz, interacting with business leaders and addressing a community programme. I am confident this visit will boost the friendship between India and Germany.”
The Prime Minister’s Europe visit will be focused on high-level meetings and discussion over the Ukraine crisis may take place. According to the reports, post-Covid economic recovery may be part of the agenda. One of the main agendas during the meeting would also be the post-Covid economic recovery.
“On his first visit abroad this year, PM @narendramodi arrives to a warm reception in Berlin. Looking forward to reinvigorating the India-Germany Strategic Partnership, advancing our wide-ranging cooperation, and enhancing multilateral coordination.” Tweeted Ministry of External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi.