Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is all set to undertake a five-day tour of Europe in September. During this visit, he will engage in a series of activities, which include meetings with members of the European Union parliament and interactions with the Indian diaspora.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is likely to undertake a trip to Europe next month. During this visit, he may hold meetings with European Union lawmakers in Belgium. There’s also a possibility that he might address students at a university in Paris. Sources have provided this information.
Sources mentioned that during the first week of September, Rahul is expected to address the Indian community in Oslo as part of a program. This tour coincides with the time when the G20 summit is scheduled in the national capital on September 9th and 10th.
What’s on the itinerary?
Sources suggest that Rahul might travel to Paris in the first week of September. His tour is expected to last for five days. On September 7th, he will participate in a meeting with European Union members in Brussels.
According to sources, Rahul is likely to address students at a university in Paris on September 8th. Following this, on September 9th, he has a program to attend a meeting of a French labor union in Paris. Sources also indicated that after this, Rahul’s schedule includes a visit to Norway where he will address an event for the Indian diaspora on September 10th.
First foreign tour after resuming parliamentary membership
This would be Rahul Gandhi’s first foreign tour after resuming his parliamentary membership. Additionally, in 2023, he is expected to undertake his third foreign trip. Prior to this, in the last week of May, Rahul had visited the United States, where he went to San Francisco, Washington, D.C., and New York. During his visit, he had criticized Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP for canceling his parliamentary membership.
London trip earlier this year
Before his visit to the US, Rahul Gandhi had also visited London earlier this year. Following a speech at the University of Cambridge, his foreign trips have consistently drawn attention. During this address, he had raised concerns about democracy being under threat in India.