Indian PM on three countries visit, reached Mongolia 


May 16,Shanghai: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday left here for Mongolia, on the second leg of his three-country visit. It is the first visit by an Indian leader.

Amid his day-long visit in Mongolia on Sunday, Modi will exhibit a sapling of the Bodhi tree to the chief abbot of the Gandan Monastery in Ulan Bator. He will meet Mongolian Prime Minister Chimed Saikhanbileg for talks after which a few understandings are to be inked.He will address the Mongolian parliament, which will be opened on an occasion in a unique signal. Modi will likewise meet the speaker.He will meet President Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj and will go to a meal lunch in his honor.

Modi will later establish the framework stone for an IT focus and go to a smaller than usual Naadam celebration – a national brandishing celebration and watch wrestling, toxophilism and stallion dashing occasions in an open stadium. He is additionally to address a group gathering and feast in Ulan Bator.

From Mongolia, he will travel to South Korea.

Modi spend through three days in China, going by Xi`an, Beijing and Shanghai. He held chats with President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Li Keqiang and both sides inked 24 assentions. He additionally met top Chinese CEOs and tended to the Tsingua University and Fudan University.(IANS)

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