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PM Modi-Giorgia Meloni Bonhomie meet at G7 summit


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New Delhi, June 15, 2024: A selfie and a video of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Italian counterpart Giorgia Meloni during the G7 summit have gone viral on social media.

In the picture, taken on Friday by Ms Meloni on the sidelines of the summit that is being held in Italy’s Apulia, the two leaders can be seen smiling. While in the video, they can be seen waving at the camera with Ms Meloni saying "Hello from the Melodi team".

"Melodi" is a term that went viral on social media after PM Modi and Ms Meloni’s bilateral meeting last year.

Even last year, the selfie of the two leaders on the sidelines of the COP28 climate summit in Dubai was widely shared on the internet.

PM Modi arrived in Italy early Friday at the invitation of Ms Meloni to participate in the G7 Outreach summit.


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This is his first foreign trip after becoming prime minister for the third straight term.

PM Modi, Giorgia Meloni Hold Talks On Sidelines Of G7 Summit

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday held talks with Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni on the sidelines of the G7 Summit and discussed the bilateral relations.

According to the Prime Minister’s Office, Ms Meloni congratulated PM Modi for his third consecutive term as Prime Minister.

"The two leaders noted with satisfaction the regular higher political dialogue and reviewed progress of the India-Italy Strategic Partnership," the PMO said.

"While expressing happiness at growing trade and economic collaboration, they called for expanding commercial ties in clean energy, manufacturing, Space, S&T, telecom, AI, and critical minerals to build resilient supply chains. In this context, they welcomed the recent signing of an MoU on Industrial Property Rights (IPR) which provides a framework for cooperation on patents, designs, and trademarks," the official statement read further.

PM Modi and Ms Meloni also discussed bilateral defence and security cooperation and hoped to further enhance the defence industrial collaboration.


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