PM Modi in Bhutan: PM Modi arrived in Bhutan on a two-day visit, received a strong welcome at the airport: Paddy Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Bhutan on Saturday on a two-day visit. He will hold talks with leaders of Bhutan to further strengthen bilateral relations.
This is the Prime Minister’s second visit to Bhutan and the first since he became Prime Minister again. Prime Minister of Bhutan Lotte Tshering welcomed Modi at the airport. On arrival here, he was given the Guard of Honor. In a statement before leaving for New Delhi on Friday, the Prime Minister said that the visit at the beginning of his government’s current term shows how much India values relations with its trusted friend and neighbor Bhutan.
Modi expressed confidence that his visit to Bhutan “will foster strong ties and encourage our important friendship and further strengthen the progress and prosperous future of the people of both countries”. The King of Bhutan will talk to Jigme Khesar Namgyal Wangchuk and his Bhutanese counterpart. The Prime Minister will also address young students at the prestigious Royal University of Bhutan.
The eyes of the whole world are focused on Prime Minister Modi’s visit to Bhutan. China is restless and Pakistan is troubled. How important this visit is, can be gauged from the fact that just before the visit of Prime Minister Modi, US Deputy Foreign Minister John Suvlian arrived in Bhutan. Believe me, China and America’s diplomacy is also increasing in Bhutan, a small country on the world map.
According to India’s Ambassador to Bhutan, Ruchira Kumar, along with the signing of 10 agreements, Prime Minister Modi will also launch five projects. Bhutan has been India’s most trusted country among SAARC countries. The Prime Minister of Bhutan visited India in 2018 when 50 years of diplomatic relations between India and Bhutan were completed.
After this, Prime Minister Modi also attended his swearing-in ceremony when he became Prime Minister for the second time. PM Modi has said that he is excited to have fruitful talks on bilateral relations with the King of Bhutan, the former King of Bhutan and the Prime Minister of Bhutan. Modi will also address students of the prestigious ‘Royal University’ of Bhutan in this visit.
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