Indo-German Parliamentary Group to visit India from January 28 to February
Indo-German Parliamentary Group led by Ralf Brinkhaus, Chairman of the Indian Parliamentary Committee, will visit India from January 28 to 4 February, read the press release of the Deutscher Bundestag. The delegation also includes Dr. Thorsten Rudolph (SPD), Maria Klein-Schmeink (ALIANO 90/ THE GREENS), Karina Conrad (FDP), Gerold Otten (AfD) and Sevim Dagdelen (DIE LINKE.). "Mr. Ralf Brinkhaus. Chairman of the Committee on Affairs of the German Parliament in India. German Parliament Berlin Coming to India on Sunday with a group delegation of other Parliamentarians to India! We discussed deepening relations with both countries. The main focus was on academics, skilled manpower, industry and economy!!!", said Gurdeep Singh Randhawa, the first representative of the Indian community in Germany. Randhawa is the first Indian representative of Thuringia of the Christian Democratic Union of Germany (CDU).
The CDU is the strongest party in Germany currently ruled by Friedrich Merz and who has been in power most of the time since the end of the second world war. The delegation trip is also a parliamentary exchange with Indian parliamentarians. From the capital Delhi., there are plans to visit the two states of Kerala and Telangana. In addition to bilateral relations and geopolitical issues, the content should also include energy supply, economic and social situation and the status of minorities, especially religious minorities. Bilateral relations between India and Germany are based on common democratic principles.
India was among the first countries to establish diplomatic relations with the Federal Republic of Germany after the Second World War. Germany cooperates with India in development projects with 1.3 billion euros per year, of which 90% is intended to fight against climate change, saves natural resources and promotes clean and green energy. Germany also supported the construction of a huge solar power plant in Maharashtra with a capacity of 125 megawatts and an annual CO2 saving of 155,000 tons.
India wants to keep third parties out of the water agreement with Pakistan. After the appointment of the new German Chancellor, Olaf Scholz, in December 2021, India and Germany agreed that they are the most important democratic countries and strategic partners to intensify cooperation in solving. common problems climate change is at the top of the agenda.