Narendra Modi Holds Talks With Ex-Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper on the Sidelines of Raisina Dialogue 2019
Narendra Modi at Raisina Dialogue 2019. (Photo Credit: Narendra Modi | Twitter)

New Delhi, January 8: Prime Minister Narendra Modi met with former Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper on Tuesday on the sidelines of the Raisina Dialogue 2019. The two leaders exchanged views on developments in India-Canada relations, key global trends, and cooperation among democracies during their interaction.

Prime Minister Modi also held discussions with Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg before the inauguration of the Raisina Dialogue, where Solberg gave the inaugural address in the presence of Prime Minister Modi. India, Pakistan Can Resolve Kashmir Issue Without Any Help from Outside, Says Norway PM Erna Solberg.

"My discussions with PM @erna_solberg revolved around fulfilling Sustainable Development Goals, boost economic times, aspects of the ocean economy and deepening cultural ties. India and Norway look forward to cooperating on a wide range of issues, for the benefit of our citizens," Prime Minister Modi tweeted.

India and Norway exchanged a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to launch the India-Norway Ocean Dialogue on the same day, for the sustainable use of marine resources, bed mining, green technologies in shipping and marine activities.

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