Prime Minister Narendra Modi held bilateral talks with several heads of state and ministers on Tuesday who have converged in Gandhinagar for the Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit. Modi will formally inaugurate the 8th edition of the summit on Tuesday.
In a series of tweets, External Affairs spokesperson Vikas Swarup said the Prime Minister held bilateral talks withleaders of Rwanda, Serbia, Japan and Denmark. "A crisp January morning in Gandhinagar begins with fulldelegation level talks. PM with President @PaulKagame ofRwanda @VibrantGujarat," Swarup tweeted.
A brain child of the prime minister, the biennial summit was started with the aim to attract investment in Gujarat.
PM Modi had inaugurated India’s first international exchange –India INX — at the International Financial Service Centre (IFSC) of GIFT City in Gandhinagar on Monday.
The summit is joined by 12 countries and seven global organisations as partner countries and organisations.
Australia, Canada, Denmark, France, Japan, Netherlands, Poland, Singapore, Sweden, UAE, UK, and USA are the twelve countries which have partnered with the Summit.
Here are the live updates:
# PM, you first transformed Gujarat, now you are transforming India through a series of steps and initiatives: Mukesh Ambani
#Mr. Guillaume Pepy, CEO, SNCF and Mr. Jean - Bernard Levy, CEO of EDF met PM Modi
#PM Narendra Modi holds 2nd bilateral with Aleksandar VuÄiÄ‡ , Serbian PM
#PM Modi meets Uri Ariel (Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development of Israel) in Gandhinagar
#PM Narendra Modi meets UAE Cabinet Minister Dr. Rashid bin Ahmed bin Fahad
#Russian Deputy PM Rogozin meets PM Narendra Modi during Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit
#Mr. Seko Hiroshige, Japan's Minister for Economy, Trade and Industry met PM Narendra Modi in Gandhinagar
#Denmark's Minister for Energy, Utilities & Climate, Mr. larsclilleholt held discussions with the Prime Minister of a wide range of issues
#PM Modi meets Serbian PM Aleksandar VuÄiÄ‡ in Gandhinagar
#PM Narendra Modi witnesses the exchange of an MoU on Forensic Sciences cooperation and Rwanda's accession to the International Solar Alliance