Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday urged Finland to join the International Solar Alliance (ISA) and Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure (CDRI) saying these international institutions will benefit from the expertise of the Nordic country. Separately, PM Modi also said that both India and Finland believe in a rules-based, transparent, humanitarian and democratic global order. The Ministry of External Affairs on Monday said the virtual summit will provide a blueprint for the future expansion and diversification of the India-Finland partnership.
He also said both India and Finland believed in a rules-based, transparent, humanitarian and democratic global order and the two countries have strong cooperation in areas like technology, innovation, clean energy, environment and education. More than 58 million made in India coronavirus vaccine doses had reached about 70 countries in the recent weeks, the Prime Minister said. The Finnish Prime Minister said there was scope for further intensification of bilateral ties in areas of education, technology and trade.
CDRI is a partnership to nationwide governments, UN companies, multilateral improvements banks and financing mechanism that intention to advertise resilience of new infrastructure methods to local weather and catastrophe dangers in help of sustainable improvement.