Modi set for four-state Africa tour
In a bid to reinforce India-Africa ties, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, will adopt his first go to to the “African mainland” among July 7 and eleven, covering 4 countries, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) announced on Friday.
“The Prime Minister’s go to reflect India’s choice to further give a boost to and reinvigorate bilateral ties with our African partners which were renewed on the hit IAFS-III in October ultimate 12 months. The visit will provide opportunities to construct on near contacts at the highest political level,” Vikas Swarup, MEA spokesperson informed the media.
In view that taking price in May 2014, High Minister Modi has visited Seychelles and Mauritius which are contributors of the African Union Web Posting Mart.
Mr Modi will go away on July 7 for Mozambique, wherein he will hold bilateral talks with President Felipe Nyusi.
The next forestall can be South Africa wherein Mr Modi will meet President Jacob Zuma and other senior African leaders.
Mr Modi will visit Tanzania on July 10 in which he’s going to hold bilateral meeting with President John Pombe Joseph Magufuli. On July 11, Mr Modi will be in Nairobi, Kenya, in which he’ll cope with the College of Nairobi.
A supply related to Top Minister’s tour plans has showed Mr Modi will cope with principal conferences with individuals of Indian diaspora in Johannesburg and Nairobi on July 8 and 10.