New Delhi, Jan. 16 India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi today (Thursday) is starting second term from the evening. According to local time, he is a swearing program at 7 pm on the evening.
In the first month of second work, he will reach various three countries during his visit abroad. Modi has chosen Maldives as his first foreign tour.
According to the Indian Foreign Ministry, in 7 and 8th, he is scheduled to visit Maldives.
As a Second Foreign Visit 13 and 14, he will go to the Kyrgyzstan. During the multi-country visit, Modi will meet Russian President Vladimir Putin, Chinese President C Chinfing, in the Kyrgyzstan.
In the month of 28 and 29 of the month, Modi will go to Japan. He is told to go to Japan to participate in the ‘G20 Summit’. There he will be accompanied by Japanese Prime Minister Donald Trump, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, France President Imanuel Mackenz.
According to the Indian media, 6 days will be spent on foreign tour in the first one month of Prime Minister Modi. In the sixth day, he will spend more than two days – 55 hours in the sky. During the three overseas trips, he had to spend 55 hours in the country to go and visit. (Agency)