Prime Minister of Denmark Mette Frederiksen with Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Hyderabad House | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
Prime Minister of Denmark Mette Frederiksen with Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Hyderabad House | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
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New Delhi: The Prime Minister of Denmark is on a three-day visit to India. PM Narendra Modi received Mette Frederiksen and Bo Tengberg, her husband, at Rashtrapati Bhavan Saturday.

Frederiksen is scheduled to interact with think-tanks, students and members of civil society.

Frederiksen is the first head of state visiting India since COVID-19 restrictions were put  in place since last March. External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar also visited Denmark earlier this year.

ThePrint’s National Photo Editor Praveen Jain brings you pictures from today’s events.

External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar waits Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Rashtrapati Bhavan | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar waits for Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Rashtrapati Bhavan | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
PM Modi waits for his Denmark's counterpart Mette Frederiksen at Rashtrapati Bhavan | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
PM Modi waits for the arrival of Danish Prime Minister, Mette Frederiksen, at Rashtrapati Bhavan | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
Prime Minister Modi receives Denmark PM Mette Frederiksen and husband Bo Tengberg at Rashtrapati Bhavan | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
Prime Minister Modi receives Denmark PM Mette Frederiksen and husband, Bo Tengberg, at Rashtrapati Bhavan | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
PM Modi escorts Frederikson and husband Bo Tengberg | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
PM Modi escorts Frederiksen and husband Bo Tengberg to a guard of honour  | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
(from left to right) secretary Reena Sandhu, minister of external affairs (MoS) Meenakshi Lekhi and Minister of external affairs S. Jaishankar | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
(Left to right) Secretary (West) MEA, Reenat Sandhu, Minister of State for External Affairs (MoS) Meenakshi Lekhi and Minister of External Affairs S. Jaishankar | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
PM Modi introduces Frederiksen to cabinet secretaries | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
PM Modi introduces Danish PM Frederiksen to his cabinet colleagues | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
Denamrk PM Mette Frederiksen, husband Bo Tengberg and PM Modi pose for the media | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
Danish PM Mette Frederiksen, husband Bo Tengberg and PM Modi pose for the media | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
PM Modi and Denmark PM Frederiksen address the media | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
PM Modi and Denmark PM Frederiksen address the media | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
PM Mette Fredericksen is received by PM Modi at Hyderabad House | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
PM Mette Fredericksen is received by PM Modi at Hyderabad House | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
(from left to right) External affairs minister S. Jaishankar, PMO principal secretary P.K. Mishra and NSA Ajit Doval | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
(Left to right) External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar, PMO Principal Secretary P.K. Mishra and NSA Ajit Doval | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
Bureaucrats get pictures clicked at Hyderabad House | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
Bureaucrats at Hyderabad House | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
Mette Fredericksen and PM Modi at Hyderabad House | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
Danish PM Mette Fredericksen and PM Modi at Hyderabad House | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
Meenakshi Lekhi with Manoj Mukund Naravane at Rashtrapati Bhavan | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
Minister of State for External Affairs (MoS) Meenakshi Lekhi with Chief of Army Staff, Manoj Mukund Naravane, at Rashtrapati Bhavan | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
In her address to media, Fredericksen said that India is a close partner to Denmark | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint
In her address to the media, Fredericksen said that India is a close partner of Denmark | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint

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