Brussels: Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived to attend the 13th India-European Union ( EU) Summit here on Wednesday during which discussions on trade, investment, and technology partnership between India and the E.U are expected to be held.
Apart from meeting European Commission President Jean Claude Juncker and President of the European council Donald Tusk, the Prime Minister also held talks with the board members of the Association of Diamond Traders on the sidelines of the summit.
Prime Minister Modi had, during a joint address with his Belgian counterpart Charles Michels, said that India-E.U Trade and Investment Agreement could enable all the European countries, including Belgium, to benefit from India’s strong economic growth.
Prime Minister Modi, who arrived in Brussels today for the first leg of his three nation tour of Belgium, United States and Saudi Arabia, paid tribute to the victims of the deadly terror attacks at the Maelbeek metro station and laid a wreath at the site. (ANI)