Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for a trip to three countries.

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August 23, 2019
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi left on Thursday for bilateral talks in three countries. PM Narendra Modi will first go to France then United Arab Emirates (UAE) and finally to Bahrain. After this, PM Modi will return to France for the G7 summit. Prior to his visit, PM Narendra Modi said that this visit will strengthen relations with three countries of India. PM Narendra Modi will be on foreign tours from 22 to 26 August. Before the commencement of his visit, PM Narendra Modi said that his visit reflects the strong relationship between the two countries. From 22 to 23 August PM Modi will participate in bilateral meetings in France, including French President Emmanuel Macron and Prime Minister Edward Philip will also join. PM Narendra Modi will also interact with the Indian people and will also dedicate a memorial in memory of those killed in the Air India plane crash in 1950 and 1960. From 25 to 26 August, PM Modi will also be a part of the G7 meeting. PM ​​Narendra Modi said that there are good bilateral relations between India and France. I am sure that the visit will strengthen the relationship between the two countries which will establish peace and progress. At the same time, PM Modi will go to UAE (UAE) UAE from 23 to 24 August. Here he will meet Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan of Abu Dhabi. UAE is India’s third-largest trade partner and the fourth largest exporter of crude oil. PM Modi said that bilateral relations will improve with this visit. Finally, PM Modi will be on a Bahrain tour from 24 to 25 August. PM Modi will also meet Bahrain’s King Sheikh Hamad bin Isa, Al Khalifa, and other leaders.

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