Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday arrived in Mozambique as part of his four-nation Africa tour aimed at enhancing ties with that continent, particularly in the economic sphere and people-to-people contacts.
“A Maputo morning, an African dawn! PM @narendramodi arrives in Mozambique for the first leg of his visit,” Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Vikas Swarup tweeted on Modi’s arrival in Mozambique’s capital Maputo.
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Modi begins his five-day tour with Mozambique and will then travel to South Africa, Tanzania and Kenya.
PM Narendra Modi arrived in Maputo (Mozambique) on first leg of his 4-nation tour pic.twitter.com/7nDuCsJBgT
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The focus of the African tour will be on deepening cooperation in areas of hydrocarbons, maritime security, trade and investment, agriculture and food.
“Beginning my Africa tour with a visit to Mozambique. This visit will strengthen India’s bond with Mozambique,” the Prime Minister said in a tweet.