Modi to get busy with foreign visits this year

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has got a busy schedule ahead in meeting foreign premiers and taking part in different summits in shaping a strong policy of the country. Modi will begin his foreign visit with Bhutan followed to a visit in Japan next month. Japanese Premiere Shinzo Abe has personally invited Modi to visit the country. The much anticipated American visit fall under November and this would be crucial for both the countries. Ministry of External Affairs spokesman has said that Modi will also take part in the BRICS summit to be held next month. It is expected that PM will also take part in the UN General Assembly meeting and will visit Myanmar to take part in the East Asian summit.

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