Modi embarks on Europe tour, push for ‘make in India’


New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday left for his 3-nation visit of France, Canada, and Germany. Ahead of his tour, Modi said that he tries to pack more destinations per trip to make the most out of his tours.

Apart from France, Modi will also be visiting Germany and Canada. The Prime Minister also said that all the three nations are major economies and that they have great relevance to the development and growth of India. Many key civil and nuclear agreements are expected to be signed during this trip.

In his maiden visit to the European nation as Prime Minister, Modi will have a packed schedule and wooing investors and projecting his ambitious ” Make in India” initiative will be a major focus area.

Modi will inaugurate the Hannover Messe, considered the largest congregation of business tycoons, along with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. India is the partner country of the fair this year where over 350 Indian enterprises are participating.

A decision on the stuck ‘Rafael’multi role combat aircraft deal with France is also said to be in the agenda of Modi.

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