PM Modi Ends 3-Nation Tour, Heads Back To India: Highlights

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PM Modi Ends 3-Nation Tour, Heads Back To India: Highlights

Prime Minister Narendra Modi ended his three-nation tour.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi ended his three-nation tour with Netherlands as its final destination. He also visited  United States for two days. In US, Mr Modi held bilateral talks with President Donald Trump, who described the Prime Minister as a "true friend". This was Mr Modi's first official meeting with Mr Trump. In Netherlands, PM Modi held talks with his counterpart Mark Rutte at the latter's official residence of Catshuis in Amsterdam. Addressing a joint press meet with Mr Rutte, PM Modi reaffirmed Netherlands' status as an important partner in India's economic development. 

Here are the highlights of PM Narendra Modi's visit to three-nation tour:

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02:04 (IST)
After a series of programmes in three nations- Portugal, USA and the Netherlands, PM Narendra Modi emplaned for Delhi.
Jun 28, 2017
01:12 (IST)

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India A Land Of Opportunities, PM Narendra Modi Tells Dutch Firms


PM Modi interacted with CEOs of major Dutch companies after holding bilateral talks with his Dutch counterpart Mark Rutte.
Jun 27, 2017
20:25 (IST)
Extensive conversation with PM Rutte regarding India-Netherlands relations, PM Modi tweets in Dutch
Jun 27, 2017
20:24 (IST)
Strong ties between our countries are good for the world, PM Modi tweets in Dutch
Jun 27, 2017
19:30 (IST)
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India, Netherlands On Same Page On Global Issues: Prime Minister Narendra Modi

PM Narendra Modi also said he was looking forward to meeting the King and the Queen of the Netherlands.

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