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Yearender 2016: Where did Narendra Modi go this year?

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Published : Dec 22, 2016, 6:40 pm IST
Updated : Aug 8, 2018, 2:24 pm IST
Continuing his foreign trips in 2016, Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited some of the Asian countries, including Afghanistan and Japan, and some African.
Continuing his foreign trips in 2016, Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited some of the Asian countries, including Afghanistan and Japan, and some African.
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The Prime Minister visited Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, from April 2-4 and became the first Indian premier to visit Saudi Arabia in 34 years. In a special gesture, Saudi Arabia on Sunday conferred its highest civilian honour – the King Abdulaziz Sash – Modi. (Photo: PTI)
The Prime Minister visited Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, from April 2-4 and became the first Indian premier to visit Saudi Arabia in 34 years. In a special gesture, Saudi Arabia on Sunday conferred its highest civilian honour – the King Abdulaziz Sash – Modi. (Photo: PTI)
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Modi’s trip to Tehran, Iran, in May this year was the first by an Indian Prime Minister in 15 years. India and Iran on May 23 signed several agreements, including the strategic Chabahar Port. A pact to set up an aluminium plant and another on laying a railway line to give India access to Afghanistan and Central Asia were also signed. (Photo: AP)
Modi’s trip to Tehran, Iran, in May this year was the first by an Indian Prime Minister in 15 years. India and Iran on May 23 signed several agreements, including the strategic Chabahar Port. A pact to set up an aluminium plant and another on laying a railway line to give India access to Afghanistan and Central Asia were also signed. (Photo: AP)
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Modi and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on June 4 jointly inaugurated a landmark Afghan-India Friendship Dam – a Rs 1,700 crore showpiece infrastructure project by India in strategically important Herat province, reflecting India's strong commitment to reconstruction of the war-ravaged country. (Photo: PTI)
Modi and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on June 4 jointly inaugurated a landmark Afghan-India Friendship Dam – a Rs 1,700 crore showpiece infrastructure project by India in strategically important Herat province, reflecting India's strong commitment to reconstruction of the war-ravaged country. (Photo: PTI)
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During his visit to Geneva in June this year, Modi secured the support of Switzerland for membership in the Nuclear Suppliers Group. He also held wide-ranging talks with prominent Swiss business leaders, including officials of ABB, Lafarge, Novartis, Nestle, Rieter and Roche, and invited them to invest in India. (Photo: AP)
During his visit to Geneva in June this year, Modi secured the support of Switzerland for membership in the Nuclear Suppliers Group. He also held wide-ranging talks with prominent Swiss business leaders, including officials of ABB, Lafarge, Novartis, Nestle, Rieter and Roche, and invited them to invest in India. (Photo: AP)
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In the two-day summit in June in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation started the process of India’s accession to the grouping as a full-fledged member along with Pakistan. India and Pakistan signed the memorandum of obligation in Tashkent on 24 June 2016 and. (Photo: PTI)
In the two-day summit in June in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation started the process of India’s accession to the grouping as a full-fledged member along with Pakistan. India and Pakistan signed the memorandum of obligation in Tashkent on 24 June 2016 and. (Photo: PTI)
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Modi made a trip to Tanzania in July, where the two countries signed an agreement under which India would provide a Line of Credit of $92 million for rehabilitation and improvement of Zanzibar’s water supply system. MoU for establishment of vocational training centre at Zanzibar and MoU on visa waiver for diplomatic/official passport holders were also signed. (Photo: PTI)
Modi made a trip to Tanzania in July, where the two countries signed an agreement under which India would provide a Line of Credit of $92 million for rehabilitation and improvement of Zanzibar’s water supply system. MoU for establishment of vocational training centre at Zanzibar and MoU on visa waiver for diplomatic/official passport holders were also signed. (Photo: PTI)
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India on September 3 extended a $500 million line of credit to Vietnam to deepen their defence cooperation and signed 12 agreements including a deal to construct offshore patrol boats. (Photo: PTI)
India on September 3 extended a $500 million line of credit to Vietnam to deepen their defence cooperation and signed 12 agreements including a deal to construct offshore patrol boats. (Photo: PTI)
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India on September 3 extended a $500 million line of credit to Vietnam to deepen their defence cooperation and signed 12 agreements including a deal to construct offshore patrol boats. (Photo: PTI)
India on September 3 extended a $500 million line of credit to Vietnam to deepen their defence cooperation and signed 12 agreements including a deal to construct offshore patrol boats. (Photo: PTI)
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