Video: Italian PM Meloni Greets With Folded Hands, Netizens Say 'Namaste Karna Sikh Gai'

A video of Meloni greeting European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen is going viral on social media as the Italian Prime Minister can be seen greeting her with folded hands.
Italian PM's video with Ursula von der Leyen goes viral for her 'Namaste' gesture

Italian PM's video with Ursula von der Leyen goes viral for her 'Namaste' gesture

New Delhi: Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni is hosting leaders for G-7 Summit, including United Kingdom PM Rishi Sunak and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Ahead of PM Modi's visit to the country, videos from Meloni's interaction with other leaders are doing rounds on the internet. In one such video, the Italian PM can be seen greeting European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen with a 'Namaste'.
A video of Meloni greeting European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen is going viral on social media as the Italian Prime Minister can be seen greeting her with folded hands. The video was shared by X user with the caption, "Giorgia Meloni Namaste karna Sikh gai hai."
The video went viral just minutes after it was shared on social media and garnered as many as 50,000 views. Users expressed excitement over the upcoming meeting between PM Modi and Meloni as the bonhomie between the two leaders has sparked massive buzz in the past as well.
Netizens believed it was "Modi magic" and one user commented, "Modi ka magic videsh may bhi chal gaya." Another user wrote, "Waiting for Modi and Meloni coming together." A comment read, "Sangat ka aasar hai."

PM Modi Attends G-7 Summit

PM Modi, who left for Italy today, is scheduled to hold bilateral talks with Meloni. This will be PM Modi's first overseas visit since he took oath as Prime Minister for the third straight term on Thursday and he is expected to be in Italy for 24 hours.
The summit will be held between June 13 and 15 at the luxurious Borgo Egnazia resort in Italy's Apulia region.
PM Modi, accompanied by a high-level delegation, will attend an outreach session on the summit on June 14. The session will be focused on issues relating to artificial intelligence, energy, Africa and the Mediterranean.
Notably, the G7 includes Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States. Host Italy has invited several African leaders - Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune, Kenyan President William Ruto and Tunisian President Kais Saied - to press Italy's Africa initiatives. Other guests include Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, fresh off his own election, and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
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