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India Prime Minister Narendra Modi Arrives at G7 Summit in Italy for Outreach Session

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India Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, has landed in Italy’s Apulia region to participate in the 50th G7 Summit‘s outreach session. The summit, hosted by Italian Prime Minister, Giorgia Meloni, is a gathering of world leaders including British Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak. The summit is taking place at Borgo Egnazia, a luxurious resort in the town of Fasano.

Rishi Sunak was warmly greeted by Prime Minister Meloni upon his arrival at the G7 Summit, where the two leaders engaged in a friendly interaction. The event marked Sunak’s first visit after being re-elected in the recent Lok Sabha elections.

Before departing for Italy, PM Modi expressed his excitement for participating in the G7 Summit. This visit marks his first international trip after being sworn in for his third consecutive term at the Rashtrapati Bhavan in Delhi. Italy currently holds the G7 presidency and is hosting the summit from June 13 to 15.

Giorgia Meloni received European Commission president, Ursula von der Leyen, at the summit with a traditional ‘namaste’ greeting, potentially symbolizing her friendship with PM Narendra Modi. The ‘Melodi Jodi’ is reuniting as Modi arrives at the summit for the outreach session.

PM Modi and Italian PM, Giorgia Meloni, have developed a strong bond over the years, often referring to each other as ‘good friends’. Meloni’s visit to India last year led to the elevation of bilateral relations to a Strategic Partnership, signifying the strength of the India-Italy ties.

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