PM Modi’s next three foreign visit this yearMarch 01, 2021
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Gandhinagar: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be visiting three foreign nations this year. The countries are Bangladesh, Portugal and United Kingdom. This detail was shared by India’s foreign secretary Shringla while speaking via video conference at an event of Pune International Centre on Sunday.
The Prime Minister will visit Dhaka in Bangladesh on March 26 to attend the 50th anniversary of declaration of independence of Bangladesh, formerly East Pakistan.
He will visit Lisbon in Portugal on 8 May to attend European Union – India summit by Presidency of the European Council where he will be meeting with leaders of 27 nations of the European Union.
The Prime Minister will visit U.K. to attend the 47th G7 summit which is intended to be held 11–13 June 2021 in the United Kingdom while it holds the presidency of the G7. The attendees will include the leaders of the seven G7 member states as well as representatives of the European Union.
The last foreign visit of Prime Minister Modi took place in November 2019 to Brazil. Due to Covid-19 pandemic and related lockdown, no foreign visit could take place during entire calendar year of 2020. DeshGujarat
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