PM Modi addressed the Indian community in Munich.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Germany's Munich today to attend the G7 summit. He will hold meetings with G7 and partner countries and will hold discussions on issues ranging from environment, energy, to counter-terrorism.
PM Modi will also address the Indian community in Munich. It will be the largest gathering of the Indian community in Germany post-pandemic. Hundreds of performers will be participating in the event and the Audi MDome will be embellished with the 'Vande Matram' song.
Here are the Highlights on PM Modi's Munich visit:
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"Roadmap Is Ready For The Next 25 Years": PM Modi In His Address
The Prime Minister said the roadmap for the next 25 years is ready when India will celebrate 100 years of its Independence.
"India is now becoming the centre of traditional medicines. We have made the world hold their nose with the power of yoga," Prime Minister Modi said.
Prime Minister Modi mentioned the new education policy and said, India is the first country to bring the education policy in the 21st Century. The Prime Minister talked about the benefits of studying medicine in one's mother tongue.
The Prime Minister concluded his address by saying that Indians who have settled in foreign countries are India's envoys, its brand ambassadors.
"Made In India Vaccines Saved Lives Across The Globe", Says PM Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his address to the Indian community said the, made in India vaccines saved many lives across the globe.
The PM said almost 90 per cent Indians are fully vaccinated. This is the same India about which people said that it would take almost at least 10-15 years to vaccinate everyone in the country."
India is celebrating the 'Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav' to mark 75 years of Independence. India is seeing how the biggest powers of the world want to walk shoulder-to-shoulder with us, the PM said in his address.
Talking about the increase in exports, the PM said, "India achieved the milestone of highest exports till date. It shows that the world is looking at us with hope."
"We want to increase our export targets even more next year and you can help us achieve that," PM Modi added.
"'Hota Hai', 'Chalta Hai' Mentality Is India's Past": PM Modi
The Prime Minister said the 'hota hai', 'chalta hai' (It happens, things happen like this) mentality is India's past. It has changed to 'karna hai', 'karna hi hai', 'samay pe karna hai' (have to do it and do it on time) is the new principle.
"In IT, digital technology, India is achieving new milestones. Today, India is making new records in data consumption. India is among those countries where mobile internet data is the cheapest in the world," the Prime Minister said.
The PM talked about the the drone technology and how it is being used in natural calamities. The government has started a new scheme - an ownership scheme under which drone are used in land mapping, the PM said.
"New Unicorn Is Being Created Every 10 Days In India": PM Modi
A new unicorn is being created every 10 days in India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in his address to the Indian community. On an average 5,000 patents are being filed every month, the Prime Minister said.
Over 500 railway coaches are being made every month and now almost 18 lakh homes have piped water connection, the Prime Minister added.
"If I'll keep talking about the achievements of Indians, it will cross your dinner time." Prime Minister Modi said.
PM Modi Addresses The Indian Community In Munich
Today (June 26) is historic, 47 years ago, there was an attempt to suppress the democracy. Emergency is like a black spot on the history of India's democracy, the Prime Minister said.
Indians are proud of its democracy and we can say that India is the mother of democracy.
Every village in India is now open-defecation free. We have provided electricity to every village in the country. Over 99 per cent houses have gas connection, every family is connected to the banking system. Now the poor have the benefit of free medical treatment of up to Rs 5 lakh.
G7 Leaders Agree On Ban On Gold Exports From Russia
G7 leaders today agreed to ban gold exports from Russia
, at a meeting designed to take fresh concerted action to deplete Moscow's war chest.
According to the White House, Russia accounted for about 5 per cent of all world gold exports in 2020 and 90 per cent of Russia's output went to G7 countries -- mostly to Britain.
"We have to stay together," US President Joe Biden told German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, the host of the three-day gathering.
"Glimpses From Special Welcome In Munich": PM Modi Meets The Indian Community
Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Munich today for the G7 Summit. Pictures of the Prime Minister's interaction with the Indian community in Munich were shared on twitter with the caption, "Glimpses from the special welcome in Munich." PM Modi will also address the Indian community in Munich. It will be the largest gathering of the Indian community in Germany post-pandemic.
Hundreds of performers will be participating in the event and the Audi MDome will be embellished with the 'Vande Matram' song.
Looking Forward To "Fruitful Discussions" With G7 Leaders: PM Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Munich today to attend the G7 summit and said, " I look forward to fruitful discussions with world leaders during the [G7] Summit." The Prime Minister is attending the summit to be held on June 26 and 27.