National Desk: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and European Commission chairperson Ursula von der Leyen discussed the latest status of Kovid-19 in India and the European Union on Monday. A statement issued by the Prime Minister's Office said that during this time there was a discussion between the two leaders about efforts to deal with the second wave of Kovid-19 in India. Prime Minister Modi praised the European Union and its member countries for their quick cooperation in India's war against Kovid-19.
The statement said that the two leaders underlined that after the summit held in July last year, there was a new momentum in the strategic cooperation between India and the European Union. The two leaders agreed that the meeting between India and EU leaders via digital on May 8 would be an important opportunity to give a new impetus to the multi-faceted relationship. "The Indo-EU leaders are meeting for the first time in the EU +27 format which reflects the common objectives of the two sides to further strengthen the India-EU strategic partnership," the statement said.
The Prime Minister later tweeted, "Talked to the head of the European Union, Ursula von der Leyen, and thanked her for her support and support in India's fight against Kovid-19." On May 8, India and the EU leaders discussed with them about the meeting. I am confident that this meeting will give a new impetus to our strategic cooperation. '