Stockholm [Sweden], Apr 17 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi undertook a short walk with his Swedish counterpart Stefan Lofven from Sogerska to Rosenbad here on Tuesday ahead of the delegation-level talks.
Before the walk, Prime Minister Modi earlier exchanged views on bilateral and regional issues.
Prior to this, the Prime Minister kicked off the second and last day of his Sweden visit by meeting with the King of Sweden Carl XVI Gustaf and discussed on ways of strengthening bilateral ties in key sectors.
Prime Minister Modi will address a gathering of select business leaders at the Sweden-India business forum later in the day.
He and his Swedish counterpart will co-chair the first-ever Indo-Nordic summit, and will also conduct separate bilateral meetings with the Prime Ministers of Denmark, Finland, Iceland and Norway.
Finally, he will address a community event for the Indian diaspora living in the Scandinavian country before flying to the United Kingdom today only.
On Monday, Prime Minister Modi arrived in Sweden on a historic visit, in what was the first visit by an Indian Prime Minister after 30 years.
Lofven received him at the Stockholm airport as a special gesture. Prime Minister Modi was accorded a ceremonial reception and met with the Indian community in the city. (ANI)