Prime Minister Narendra Modi will leave on a three-country visit to Rwanda, Uganda and South Africa from July 23-27, said Ministry of External Affairs on Friday.
The Prime Minister will first visit Rwanda, trailed by Uganda and South Africa.
Head administrator Modi is the primary Indian Prime Minister to visit Rwanda.
Amid the primary leg of his visit, the Prime Minister will have a concise collaboration with the Indian people group in Rwanda where he will be concurred stately gathering, T S Tirumurti, secretary (Economic Relations) in the MEA, told columnists at an instructions.
Two credit extensions are set to be declared to Rwanda by India amid Prime Minister Modi’s visit.
“India to give 200 dairy animals to Rwanda. India appends most astounding significance to Rwanda, two credit extensions will be stretched out to Rwanda amid Prime Minister Modi’s visit,” Tirumurti said.
Amid the two-day visit in Uganda, Prime Minister Modi will approach Uganda President Yoweri Museveni and hold an appointment level talk.
The Prime Minister is additionally booked to address Uganda’s Parliament and the Indian diaspora.
Two credit extensions will likewise be reported for Uganda amid Prime Minister’s visit, the MEA said.
Amid the last leg of the visit, the Prime Minister will go to the BRICS Summit in South Africa.
Comprehensive development, wellbeing and antibodies, peacekeeping, and practical improvement will be the center plan amid the BRICS summit, declared MEA.
“BRICS pioneers withdraw will likewise be sorted out amid the BRICS summit to examine future prospects,” MEA said.
“Hardly any reciprocal gathering of Prime Minister Narendra Modi with pioneers partaking in BRICS have additionally been planned,” Tirumurti said.
The Prime Minister is additionally planned to meet South African President Cyril Ramaphosa.