New Delhi [India], October 20 (ANI): During the German National Day celebrations in Delhi on Thursday, the Ambassador of Germany to India, Philip Ackermann, stated that the earlier yr was “very good for the ties between the two countries.”Flaunting his Hindi talking expertise on the occasion, Ackermann stated, “Pichla saal Bharat aur Germany ke sambandho ke liye accha raha, mujhe yakeen hai aane wala saal aur bhi accha hoga. Today, we are celebrating 33 years of German Unity…(last year was good for India-Germany ties, I am sure the coming year will be even more amazing).”He stated that as Germany celebrates 33 years of its Unity (German Unity Day is the nationwide day of Germany), there isn’t any want for an extended speech on the event.
The celebrations befell with full fervour as folks danced to the tunes of energetic music.
At the identical occasion, Union Minister of State for External Affairs Meenakshi Lekhi additionally hailed the tie between India and Germany.
She stated, “We (India and Germany) are working very very closely. Like the previous premier of Germany to the latest premier of Germany who visited India in 2022 and 2023 during the G20 Summit, share a very close proximal relationship with PM Modi.””German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and PM Modi have signed several cooperations and agreements together. Being the fourth and the fifth largest economies, we are working together…,” the minister added.
In May this yr, Prime Minister Narendra Modi met the German Chancellor Olaf Scholz reviewed the progress in bilateral relations and exchanged views on regional developments and world challenges.
The two leaders met on the sidelines of the forty ninth summit of the Group of Seven (G7) within the Japanese metropolis of Hiroshima in May lately.
During the assembly, PM Modi welcomed Germany’s assist for the India-EU commerce and funding agreements, and for India’s G20 Presidency. Later, through the G20 Summit that befell in India within the month of September this yr, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, too visited India.
India, and Germany connection don’t simply finish there. In an episode of his month-to-month radio broadcast ‘Mann Ki Baat’, Prime Minister Narendra Modi in September, appreciated Germany’s Cassandra Mae Spittmann for her ardour for Indian music and tradition.
In his deal with to the nation, PM Modi stated, “Indian culture and Indian music are now global. More and more people worldwide are getting attracted to them.”The Prime Minister performed an Indian music sung by Cassandra Mae.
“Such a melodious voice…and every word reflects emotions. We can also feel her attachment to God. You would be surprised to know that this voice is of a daughter from Germany. Her name is CassMae. 21-year-old Cassmae on Instagram is quite famous these days. German national Cassmae has never visited India. But, she is extremely fond of Indian music,” PM Modi stated after the music presentation.
Calling the German singer’s ardour “inspiring,” the Prime Minister additional added, “Such interest of someone who has never visited India, is inspiring. Cassmae is visually impaired since birth. But this challenge could not stop her from achieving this extraordinary…her passion for music and creativity was such that she started singing in childhood itself.”PM Modi stated that Cassandra doesn’t solely sing in Hindi however in varied different Indian languages as nicely. (ANI)