Prime Minister Narendra Modi these days begins a six-day tour of Europe wherever he can visit Germany, Spain, Russia and France.
After celebrating completion of 3 years of governance, Prime Minister Narendra Modi can these days begin his four nation tour of Russia, Germany, Espana and France, to spice up bilateral ties.
“My visits to those nations square measure aimed toward boosting Asian country’s economic engagement with them & to ask a lot of investment to India,” the Prime Minister tweeted.
He can begin his tour from Germany, wherever PM Modi can hold bilateral conferences with Chancellor Angela Merkel and German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier.
Modi aforesaid he and Merkel can “chart out a future roadmap of cooperation with specialise in trade and investment, security and counter-terrorism, innovation and science and technology, ability development, urban infrastructure, railways and civil aviation, clean energy, development cooperation, health and medicine.”
On Tuesday, Modi can visit Espana for a politician visit, the primary by associate degree Indian prime minister in virtually 3 decades. He can turn King Felipe VI and hold talks with President Mariano Rajoy.
“We can discuss ways that to reinforce bilateral engagement, particularly within the economic sphere, and cooperation on international problems with common concern, significantly in combating coercion,” he said.
From Spain, the prime minister can visit St. Petersburg in Russia from could thirty one to June a pair of for the eighteenth India-Russia Annual Summit.
“…I will be conducting elaborated discussions with President Putin to require forward our dialogue from the last Summit in state in Gregorian calendar month 2016,” he said.
In the last leg of the tour, he can visit France from June a pair of to three for a politician meeting with the newly-elected French President Emmanuel diacritic.
“France is one in all our most vital Strategic Partners. I expect to meeting President diacritic and have discussions on problems with mutual interest,” Modi aforesaid.