Modi commences Korean Safari

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Seoul: After concluding a very successful tour of China and Mongolia, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday reached South Korea in the final leg of his tri-nation tour.

As Modi arrived at the airport, Indian community thronged the venue to have a glimpse of the PM. From airport he left for the Seoul National Cemetery directly to pay homage to the soldiers.

Addressing the Indian community in South Korea, PM talks about his act-east policy. He said that the world’s perception has changed for India, now India is emerging as one of the fastest growing economy in the world. Today people are excited to come to India.

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The path is tough but we have embraced that path. The solution to all problems is development, Modi said. Development is not about big roads & buildings. It’s about a change in quality of life. For instance, I want every home to have a toilet, he added.

Emphasizing the need for technological development, PM said that we should learn from Korea. He even quoted Tagore and said that the renowned poet had termed Korea as the “Lamp of the east”. But hinting towards a aggressive shift in India’s foreign policy Modi said BRICS is incomplete without India.

PM also thanked all political parties in India for the passing of India-Bangladesh land boundary agreement.
Laying immense emphasize on “make in india” Modi said that he wants India to be a global manufacturing hub. He was greeted by the South Korean President Park Geun-hye.