PM Modi to attend Bangladesh's independence celebrations, will give strong message to China, Pakistan

PM Modi is scheduled to visit Bangladesh on March 26. Preparations for PM Modi's visit have intensified. According to the sources, after visiting Bangladesh, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Portugal.

PM Modi to attend Bangladeshs independence celebrations, will give strong message to China, Pakistan
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Sanjeev Trivedi, New Delhi: The break in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's foreign tours due to global epidemic corona is showing signs of ending by next month. 


PM Modi is scheduled to visit Bangladesh on March 26. Preparations for PM Modi's visit have intensified. According to the sources, after visiting Bangladesh, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Portugal. The Prime Minister's visit to Portugal is considered significant given India's relationship with the European Union.


According to the information, India's Foreign Minister S.K. Jaishankar will visit Dhaka on 4 March. It is being told that during this time, Foreign Minister Jaishankar Bangladesh Foreign Minister A.K. Abdul Momen and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will also meet.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi will come on a two-day visit to Bangladesh on 26 March. During this time he will be involved in the anniversary of Bangladesh's 50th Independence Day, the 50th year of Dhaka-New Delhi diplomatic relations and the birth centenary celebrations of Bangabandhu.


The two Prime Ministers will also hold bilateral meetings where several MoUs on energy and communications are likely to be signed. Bangladesh Foreign Secretary Masood bin Moman visited New Delhi from January 27 to 31 before PM Modi's visit and also met his Indian counterpart Harshvardhan Shringla.

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