Covid-19: PM Modi will not travel to UK for G7 summit

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Remarkable summit, widened scope of EU-India relationship: EU Commission Chief
President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen on May 08 said, "It was a remarkable Summit because it widened the scope and the view on the untapped potential in the relationship of the European Union and India." Prime Minister Narendra Modi today also virtually participated in the meeting of EU as a special invitee, on the invitation of Council's President.

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