Prime Minister Narendra Modi will receive another award on Friday, that is, today. In fact, today the Prime Minister will be awarded the Cambridge Energy Research Associates Week (Seravi) Global Award for Energy and Environmental Leadership. He is awarded this honor for his commitment to sustainability in energy and the environment.
Significantly, the Seravi Conference is held in Houston every year in March. It is counted among the global energy forums above all else. The special thing is that Prime Minister Modi will attend this job through videoconferencing, where he will also deliver a speech. This conference is being organized for the first time in a completely virtual way.
The conference will also be attended by US Presidential Envoy John Kerry, co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Breakthrough Energy founder Bill Gates, and Saudi Aramco CEO Amin Nassar.
The Prime Minister has the honor to take care of the energy needs of the world
The event organizer, Vice President of IHS Market and Conference President Daniel Yergin, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been honored with the award for his continuous efforts in leading India to meet the energy needs of the country and the world. It is a pleasure to have.
It is noteworthy that Seravi was founded by Dr. Daniel Yergin in 1983. Since its inception, Seravi has been held in Harueston every year in March. It is among the leading energy forums in the world. This year, the event takes place digitally from March 1 to 5.
The Seravi Global Energy and Environment Leadership Award was launched in 2016. The award is given to committed leadership in global energy and the environment.
The Swedish summit is being held with its Swedish counterpart, Stephen Lovin
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold a digital summit on Friday with his Swedish counterpart Stephen Leuven, during which time the two leaders will exchange views on all aspects of bilateral relations, as well as regional and global issues.
According to a statement issued by the Prime Minister’s Office, the two leaders will also discuss issues related to enhancing mutual cooperation after Kovid-19. This will be the fifth dialogue between the two leaders after 2015.
“India and Sweden have a deep and friendly relationship based on the shared values of democracy, independence, pluralism and rule-based international borders,” the statement said. There is close cooperation between the two countries in the fields of trade, investment, innovation, science and technology, as well as research and development. “
The Prime Minister visited Stockholm in 2018
About 250 Swedish companies are actively involved in health and life sciences, automobile manufacturing, clean technology, defense, heavy machinery and equipment. There are also around 75 Indian companies operating in Sweden.
The two leaders will exchange views during the summit on regional and global issues, as well as all dimensions of bilateral relations, the statement said. At the same time, issues related to enhancing mutual cooperation after Kovid-19 will also be discussed.
Prime Minister Modi visited Stockholm in 2018. Swedish Prime Minister Leuven visited in 2016.