During the visit, the prime minister is scheduled to jointly host the India-Nordic Summit in Stockholm.
In the first leg of his visit, Modi will reach Sweden's capital Stockholm where he will hold extensive talks with Prime Minister Stefan Lofven, besides attending a India-Nordic Summit.
Kumar said the two leaders had a "productive exchange of views on bilateral and regional issues". "A relationship that has grown in intensity over the years and has a huge potential!"
Modi will hold separate bilateral meetings with the leaders of the other four Nordic countries on the sidelines of the summit.
After Stockholm, Mr Modi will travel to London to attend the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting.
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After a working luncheon there, the India-Sweden Innovation Partnership will be signed, and further details of the bilateral agreement will be released publicly, including on diverse areas of cooperation such as innovation, clean technology, waste management, renewable energy, women's development, and skill development.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is greeted by Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven upon his arrival at Arlanda Airport in Stockholm on April 16.
They collectively appreciated the presence of the Prime Minister in Sweden while highlighting the fact that after a gap of 30 years an Indian Prime Minister has visited Sweden. He will have a brief stopover at Berlin, Germany, on 20 April on his way back home.