Modi’s Sweden trip highlights India’s interest in North

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India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi (left) and Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven shake hands after signing the Innovation and Partnership Agreement in Stockholm, Sweden, on April 17th, 2018. Modi is also meeting with other leaders at a Nordic-Indian summit during his visit. (Pontus Lundahl/TT News Agency/Reuters)
There is growing awareness of Sweden in India, but the Nordic countries are still an unexplored area for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who arrived in Stockholm on Monday evening.

Dr. Henrik Chetan Aspengren at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs says Indian politicians are aware of Swedish companies and brands, but what is new is how many Indians are working in Sweden, with job visas rising sharply. And they could play a crucial role in the future relations between the two countries.

Related stories from around the North:

Canada: Japan looks to Canada to keep an eye on China’s Arctic ambitions: expert, Radio Canada International

China: It’s official: China releases its first Arctic Policy, Cryopolitics blog

India: From the south, keen interest in the Arctic and the Arctic Council, Alaska Dispatch News

Norway: Can Barents region become a superhub on China’s Arctic Silk Road?, The Independent Barents Observer

Russia: Russian Arctic natural gas comes to India, The Independent Barents Observer

Sweden: Sweden welcomes surge of Chinese visitors, Radio Sweden

United States: Big questions emerge over $43 billion gas-export deal between Alaska and China, Alaska Dispatch News

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