New Delhi [India]February 22 (ANI): Freddy Svane, Denmark’s special envoy to India, said on Tuesday that he was pleased with the Indian government’s decision to make the green energy sector a major priority.
“After our two summits in 2020, 2021 and 2022, we have 23 … Of course, this is a very important part of our relationship, and of course we very much hope that this visit will also be fruitful,” Svane said in an interview with ANI.
He also said that along with the Danish royal family who are scheduled to visit India from February 26 to March 2, three ministers and 38 Danish companies will also be there.
“We’ve brought in three ministers, we’ve brought in 38 Danish companies who will be part of the Green Strategic Partnership. So it’s about inspiring India. Now I’m glad that the Indian government is now also talking about green growth because India’s main priority for Bixit Barrack,” said the Danish envoy.
During the visit, Denmark’s Crown Prince Frederik Andre Henrik Christian and Crown Princess Mary Elizabeth will visit Tamil Nadu next week to discuss the green energy sector, Special Envoy Freddie Swane said.
In an exclusive interview with ANI, Svane said: “As I said earlier, Tamil Nadu is a major destination for Danish or private investment. We have many, many Danish companies there, especially in the energy sector and most of the A global supply chain for the wind industry. That means wind turbines, panels and all that and cables, let’s say, whatever you need, is centralized and consolidated in Tamil Nadu.”
He added: “So it makes sense for us to focus on green transition, energy transition, renewable energy, and we also visit our royals, our ministers, and our companies go to Tamil Nadu. ”
The royal couple’s visit will be the first by the Danish royal family in two decades. His Royal Highness the Crown Prince last visited India in 2003. It follows Queen Margrethe II’s visit to India in 1963 as Crown Prince. They were visiting India at the invitation of Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar to read a press release from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Responding to a question about the agenda behind the Tamil Nadu visit, the Danish envoy said, “Of course, we will have discussions with our Indian partners at all levels, of course, how can we do more, how can we be strategic Partners India is now choosing green growth ahead of the 2047 anniversary.”
Apart from Tamil Nadu, the Crown Prince will also meet the Vice President and will address the opening session of the India-Denmark: Partnership for Green and Sustainable Development Conference, organized by CII. He will also visit President Droupadi Murmu.
India and Denmark, as vibrant and open democracies, share common values in a rules-based international order and convergence of views on major multilateral issues.
The visit is expected to further strengthen and strengthen the close and friendly relations between India and Denmark. (Arnie)
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