New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday reached Jakarta on the first leg of his three-nation visit to Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore.
The Prime Minister, who embarked on a five-day visit on Tuesday, is looking forward to enhance India’s relations and engagements with all the three countries, which forms Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Indonesia Malaysia and Singapore from May 29 to June 2. The historic visit of PM Modi is set to give a substantive boost to India’s Act East Policy and Indonesia’s Free and Active Foreign Policy.
Prime Minister is scheduled to hold detailed discussions with Indonesia President Joko Widodo in Jakarta. He will also interact with Chief Executive Officers and the Indian community in Indonesia.
Prime Minister will then leave for Singapore, in the last leg of his Southeast Asia visit. In Singapore, Prime Minister Modi plans to focus on developing a bilateral partnership in several areas including financial technology, skill development, urban planning and artificial intelligence.
Prime Minister would conclude his five-day visit by going to Changi Naval Base in Singapore where he shall visit Indian Naval Ship INS Satpura and interact with officers and sailors of the Indian Navy and Royal Singapore Navy.