Next week, the Norwegian Foreign Minister will travel to India to participate in the Raisina Dialogue

Anniken Huitfeldt, Norwegian Foreign Minister, will visit India from April 25-27 to participate in the Raisina dialogue and start bilateral talks. According to the Norwegian embassy in New Delhi, it would be joined by a group of companies. Norway collaborates with India on a variety of issues, including the ocean, clean energy, climate change and the environment. The two countries are collaborating on an increasing and widespread scale in the commercial world. Norway and India are also members of the UN Security Council together, according to the statement. “Norway and India have similar climate and environmental goals. Large-scale growth in renewable energy and hydrogen production is needed to meet India’s aspirations in this area, which requires foreign investment and international technology, according to Huitfeldt.

“This opens up great opportunities for Norwegian business and industry and as a result a number of Norwegian companies will participate in the visit,” Huitfeldt added. Apart from participating in the Raisina Dialogue, India’s annual geopolitical conference, she will also hold bilateral talks. Norway aims to increase cooperation with India to help strengthen multilateral cooperation, strengthen the international trading system and strengthen the legal order, the statement said.

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  • Next week, the Norwegian Foreign Minister will travel to India to participate in the Raisina Dialogue
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