Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi/Brussels: Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived Brussels on Wednesday for a hectic day-long visit during which he will attend the India-EU Summit and hold bilateral talks with his Belgian counterpart Charles Michel.
Apart from holding bilateral talks with his Belgian counterpart Charles Michel, Modi will also meet the Members of European Parliament (MEPs), Indologists, Belgian CEOs as well as a wide cross section of the Indian diaspora in Belgium. He would also interact with the Board Members of the Association of Diamond Traders in Belgium.
EU is India's biggest trading partner as a bloc with trade amounting to USD 126 billion and it is also India's largest export destination with exports worth USD 65 billion. It is the largest source of FDI in India at USD 69 billion.