WEF 2018: Modi to focus on India's future engagement with international community

Modi expressed confidence that his bilateral meeting with other world leaders will be fruitful and help boost relationships. Photograph:( Zee News Network )

WION Web Team New Delhi, Delhi, India Jan 21, 2018, 03.40 PM (IST)

A day before his departure for the World Economic Forum in Davos, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday stated that he was looking forward to sharing the vision for India's future engagement with the international community at Davos.

Modi took to Twitter to drive home the point that India's engagement with the outside world has become truly and effectively multi-dimensional. 

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''In recent years, India’s engagement with the outside world has become truly and effectively multi-dimensional covering the political, economic, people to people, security and other spheres, Modi tweeted. 

''The existing and emerging challenges to the contemporary international system and global governance architecture deserve serious attention of leaders, governments, policy makers, corporates and civil societies around the world. @wef #IndiaMeansBusiness,'' the Prime Minister said in another tweet.

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stating that the theme of the forum, “Creating a Shared Future in a Fractured World” is both thoughtful and apt, Modi tweeted that he was looking forward to his first visit to the World Economic Forum at Davos, at the invitation of ''India’s good friend and Founder of the WEF, Prof Klaus Schwab''. 

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Modi also expressed confidence that his bilateral meeting with other world leaders will be fruitful and help boost relationships. 

''I am confident that these bilateral meetings would be fruitful and give a boost to our relations with these countries and further strengthen economic engagement. #IndiaMeansBusiness,'' he said in another tweet.

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The PM stated that he was looking forward to his separate bilateral meetings with the President of the Swiss Confederation Alain Berset and Prime Minister of Sweden Stefan Lofven.