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Queen Maxima of Netherlands meets President Droupadi Murmu, discuss bilateral relationship between two nations India-Netherlands
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Queen Maxima of Netherlands meets President Droupadi Murmu, discuss bilateral relationship between two nations

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 30 Aug 2022, 08:54 am

New Delhi: Queen Maxima of Netherlands met Indian President Droupadi Murmu on Monday when they discussed the issue of bilateral relationship between the two nations.

"The recent State Visit of the former President of India in April 2022 to the Netherlands was fondly recalled during the meeting," read a statement issued by the Ministry of External Affairs.

The President noted that the ‘Strategic Partnership on Water’ launched during the India-Netherlands Virtual Summit in April 2021 and several other dimensions of bilateral relations have witnessed further strengthening in recent years.

‚ÄčThe two leaders also discussed in detail several aspects of universal financial inclusion which has been one of the main agenda of the Government of India.

The President said that the Government of India is committed to connect every Indian with formal banking channels through various means and to ensure that the benefits provided by the Government reach the last mile and the intended beneficiary without any pilferage.

Queen Máxima appreciated the progress made in India in this direction in the last few years.

Queen Máxima is visiting India from 29-31 August 2022, in her official capacity as United Nations Secretary-General’s Special Advocate (UNSGSA) for Inclusive Finance for Development and G20 GPFI Honorary Patron.