The fifteenth summit between India and the European Union (EU) will be held by means of video conference on July 15. PM Modi will hold broad talks with President of the European Council Charles Michel and President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen on a scope of issues in the highest point.
The fifteenth annual India-EU Summit, earlier planned for 13 March in Brussels, was deferred due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Given the advancements in the political space for the two players, the plan of the highest point must incorporate certain themes that would shape the eventual fate of the India-EU dynamic.
The leaders are relied upon to repeat their assurance to advance guidelines based multilateral requests, with the United Nations (UN) and the World Trade Organization (WTO). The summit will be a chance to reinforce the EU-India key organization dependent on shared standards and estimations of majority rules system, opportunity and rule of law.
It is expected that the leaders will talk about approaches to help collaboration in territories of security, exchange and venture, advanced economy, and availability. The previous year has seen an adjustment in authority on the two sides.
The appointment of former representative Dr Subrahmanyam Jaishankar as India’s Minister for External Affairs, the decisions for another European Parliament in 2019, and the appointment another European Commission by Ursula von der Leyen can be relied upon to carry changes to the two-sided relationship.
Moreover, the EU-India Agenda for Action 2020 that was proposed in 2016 should now be looked into, and another plan must be laid out and supported for the following five years.