CANACONA: Stating Denmark will give its attention to the Dairy and Fish from Goa/India, Denmark Ambassador Freddy Svanne informed Denmark will provide its expertise in Water-Supply to India, besides efforts will be made to recommence charter flights to Goa (stopped since Covid-19 outbreak).
Also stating India has rich and diverse Culture, appealed to Goan youth to protect, preserve and live in those great including Goan traditions.
In an invite extended by Canacona MLA and Speaker Ramesh Tawadkar, The Ambassador of Denmark to India Fredy Svane during his visit to India visited Goa and travelled down to Goa on Saturday.
‘I know yours is a tribal area, you were not part of mainstream, but today you
(Tribal) are the mainstream of India. As a matter of fact, Denmark is a small country, very small , we are like a tribal society, we are not that many people. But, we work strong together, created a very rich societ. Why, because centuries ago we had people like Sabapati who told us wer had to educate ourself, without education we are nowhere’.
‘India has a great Culture particularly Goa. Culture is connecting between people, You are the future of India’, Svane a visibly impressed went on stage and started to perform the traditional welcome dance with the performers, the Ambassador of Denmark while speaking to students of Shree Balram Residential High School after he was welcomed in traditional way.
Earlier in the day, Svane visited Shri Mallikarjun Devestan – Shristsll Canacona. Speaker Tawadkar also took Svanne to attend a school presentation program conducted by the students of Shree Balram Residential High-School and also presentation was given on Lokosthav at Amone-Poinguinim.
Also alongwith Speaker Ramesh Tawadkar attended a Medical Camp organised at Shree Balram Residential High School, Amone –Poinguinim.
After his lunch at Lalit Golf and Spa Resort, Rajbhag, the Ambassador of Denmark was given a presentation on Shram-Dham concept and later visited the houses of Harischandra Naik, Mrs. Vianinti Velip and Miss Preeti Pagi built under Shram-Dham.