Meet with Sharif likely during PM Modi’s 3-nation trip in March

PM Modi's visit to Saudi Arabia will be preceded by a trip to Washington for NSS, which will be attended by leaders from nearly 50 countries, including Pakistan's Sharif.

By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: February 29, 2016 1:23 am
 Prime Minister Narendra Modi waves during the foundation stone laying ceremony for the construction of Delhi-Dasna-Meerut Expressway and upgradation of Dasna- Hapur Section of NH-24, in Noida on Thursday. (PTI Photo) Prime Minister Narendra Modi  (Source: PTI file photo)

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will travel to Belgium, US and Saudi Arabia between March 30 and April 3. During his visit to Washington DC for the Nuclear Security Summit, he may meet Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif.

He will first visit Belgium for the India-EU Summit, and then proceed to the US for the Nuclear Security Summit from March 31. On his way back, he will visit Saudi Arabia on April 2 and 3.

The PM will be attending the India-EU Summit after a gap of four years. The last summit took place in 2012. The summit in Washington will be attended by leaders from nearly 50 countries, including Pakistan’s Sharif.

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    Amy
    Feb 28, 2016 at 11:20 pm
    W world is jealous of India and haters will hate.. Keep going modi we are proud of you.. Love from Saudi arabia
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      Saurabh
      Feb 29, 2016 at 4:26 am
      Go anywhere, just don't make fun of yourself as you did in ur previous trips because it would be disgrace for India. Happy journey ..
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        anil
        Feb 28, 2016 at 10:11 am
        Sure.....he is.....isn't anybody who contradicts your point of view. ...
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          Vinayak
          Feb 28, 2016 at 9:17 am
          Great news . India is relatively peaceful whenever he goes away.
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            AA
            Feb 28, 2016 at 10:02 am
            It's good to focus on external relations but I am aghast at your silence and lack of actions on issues of national importance. It seems almost like the travel is easy way out of facing up and tackling burning issues
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