Prime Minister Narendra Modi has left for the Netherland in his last leg of the three-nation visit after completing his two-day US tour. The Prime Minister will reach Amsterdam where he will hold bilateral talks with his counterpart Mr. Mark Rutte.
Both countries are celebrating 70 years of the establishment of Indo-Dutch diplomatic relations this year. Mr. Modi will also interact with CEOs of Dutch companies and will focus on four main issues of agriculture, water management, healthcare, and finance. Two Memoranda of Understandings (MOUs), one each on water management and cultural exchange, will also be exchanged in the presence of both Prime Ministers.
Important Takeaways from above News-
- The Capital of The Netherlands is Amsterdam.
- The PM of Netherland is Mr. Mark Rutte.
Source- AIR World Service