India, Greece for strategic ties

In New Delhi on August 25th.
India and Greece increased their relationship to a strategic partnership. They also agreed to have regular discussions on national security with the help of their respective national security advisers. This happened during PM Narendra Modi’s visit to Athens, which is the first visit by an Indian Prime Minister in 40 years.
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Focus on Defence
We will make our relationship stronger by working together more closely in areas such as defense and security, farming, education, new technology, and improving skills.
Narendra Modi, who is the leader of India, is the country’s Prime Minister.
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Both sides also agreed to work together more in defense and security, infrastructure, agriculture, education, and new technologies during talks between PM Modi and his Greek counterpart Kyriakos Mitsotakis.
After 40 years, a Prime Minister from India has visited Greece. However, our relationship has not become less close and the warmth between us has not lessened. So, today the Prime Minister and I have decided to increase the India-Greece partnership to a strategic level,” the Greek Prime Minister said.
PM Modi also received the “Grand Cross of the Order of Honour” award from Greece’s President, Katerina Sakellaropoulou.

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