Berlin [Germany]28th January (ANI): The Indo-German Parliamentary Group led by Ralf Brinkhaus, Chairman of the Committee on German Parliamentary Affairs in India will visit India from 28th January to 4th February to read the Bundestag press release.
Other members of the delegation were Dr. Thorsten Rudolph (SPD), Maria Klein-Schmeink (ALLIANCE 90/ THE GREENS), Karina Conrad (FDP), Gerold Otten (AfD) and Sevim Dagdelen (DIE LINKE.).
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“Mr. Ralf Brinkhaus. Chairman of the Committee on German Parliamentary Affairs in India. The German Parliament in Berlin came to India on Sunday with a delegation of other parliamentary members! We discussed deepening more relations with both countries. Academics, skilled labour, industry and the economy are the main ones The point!!!” said Gurdeep Singh Randhawa, the first representative of the Indian community in Germany.
Randhawa is the first Indian representative for the German state of Thuringia in the Christian Democratic Union (CDU). The CDU is Germany’s most powerful political party, currently led by Friedrich Merz, and has been in power for most of the post-World War II period.
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The delegation’s trip also serves for parliamentary exchanges with Indian parliamentarians. Apart from the capital Delhi, the states of Kerala and Telangana will also visit.
In addition to bilateral relations and geopolitical issues, the content should also address energy supply, the economic and social situation and the positions of ethnic minorities, especially religious minorities, it added.
Bilateral relations between India and Germany are based on shared democratic principles. India was one of the first countries to establish diplomatic relations with the Federal Republic of Germany after World War II.
Germany cooperates with India to develop projects amounting to 1.3 billion euros each year, 90% of which is used to combat climate change, conserve natural resources and promote clean and green energy.
Germany has also been supporting the construction of a large-scale solar power plant with a capacity of 125 megawatts in the state of Maharashtra, which could reduce CO2 emissions by 155,000 tons per year.
Following the appointment of a new German chancellor, Olaf Schulz, in December 2021, India and Germany have agreed, as leading democracies and strategic partners, that they will intensify cooperation to tackle common challenges, with climate change topping the agenda. (Arnie)
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