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Prince of Wales Scheduled to Visit India to Meet President Kovind

Britain’s Prince Charles scheduled to will visit India for two days, including meeting with President KovindĀ 

Britain’s Prince Charles is set to visit India. He will arrive on Wednesday on a two-day trip. Prince Charles will have a busy schedule counting discussion on issues like climate change, sustainable finance, visit to a gurdwara to mark the 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak and meet with President Ram Nath Kovind.

This scheduled trip will be Prince of Wales’ 10th official visit and will celebrate enduring British-Indian ties. The meet will focus on shared global challenges such as sustainability and climate change, the British High Commission here said in a statement.

The meet will fall out in National capital, Delhi. Prince Charles is scheduled to present a Commonwealth ‘Points of Light’ award to an Indian winner. The award is given for exemplary contribution to social development involving upliftment of disabled children, family counselling and therapy sessions.

He will participate in a discussion on how to strengthen disaster resilience and tackle the effects of climate change at the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD).

“He will visit a Sikh temple to celebrate the 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak and mark the contribution of the Sikh community in the UK,” the statement said.

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Prince Charles will then attend a military service to commemorate the sacrifices of soldiers from India, the UK and across the Commonwealth in World War One and World War Two.

He will also attend a discussion with influential Indian business leaders to seek their advice and input on sustainable markets.


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