New Delhi (NVI): India will hold a virtual summit with Netherlands to exchange views on the regional and global issues of mutual interest tomorrow.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Prime Minister of the Netherlands Mark Rutte will discuss bilateral cooperation and will look at new ways of strengthening the relationship.
The forthcoming Summit follows the recent victory of Prime Minister Rutte in the parliamentary elections and will sustain the momentum in the bilateral relationship provided by regular high-level interactions.
“The two leaders will discuss in detail our bilateral cooperation and look at new ways of strengthening the relationship. They will also exchange views on the regional and global issues of mutual interest,” the Ministry of External Affairs said in a statement.
India and the Netherlands share cordial and friendly relations underpinned by shared values of democracy, rule of law and freedom.
Both countries have wide ranging cooperation including in areas of water management, agriculture and food processing, healthcare, smart cities and urban mobility, science & technology, renewable energy and space.
There are over 200 Dutch companies present in India with a similar presence of Indian businesses in the Netherlands.