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Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s 6 Nation Visit (Part -2)

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s 6 Nation Visit (Part -2). Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to six nations (including Ufa, Russia), where wide range of pacts and deals were signed is expected to have good impact on India’s economy and would further strength up the development.

Kirgizstan Visit

The country already had defense relations with India and it is the only central Asian nation to have a military exercise with India. A total of four pacts were signed between the two nations.

  • Cooperation in defense was the one of the key agreement which includes military training, education and security related matters. Both the nation showed interest in joint exercise and exchange of instructors.
  • The countries also had an agreement in cultural cooperation to protect cultural heritage site youth festival and organization of folk arts.
  • MoU and cooperation in the field of election was also a part of the visit.
  • Cooperation in sphere of standard also took place between Bureau of Indian Standards and ministry of economy of Kirgizstan for sharing expertise in the field of mutual economyPrime-Minister-Narendra-Modis-6-Nation-Visit-Part-2

Tajikistan Visit

The nation has been close to India in defense matters and the recent visit bolstered the relation.

  • A kind step of India for Tajikistan was praised in which India showed its intention to set up computer labs in 37 school. India need the human resource and skill development support for Tajikistan for this deed.
  • Cultural field was given priority here too. This deals with the exchange of expertise in protecting preserving and promoting heritage site.

Ufa, Russia Visit (Indo-Pak Meet)

India’s BRICS and SCO summit was the main highlight of the trip and was indicated as the most fruitful. 7th BRICS summit was concluded with the decision to lend their local currencies to the newly established ‘New Development Bank’.

The SCO summit in Ufa was a hit as Indo-Pak relations witnessed new heights. Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced to visit Islamabad in 2016 for SAARC summit, but made no comments on resuming the dialogues. The foreign secretaries of both the nations listed some steps to resume the dialogues. The steps are Ways to accelerate the trails in 26/11 Mumbai attack, enhancement in religious tourism, meeting of director general of BSF and Pakistani rangers followed by director general of military operations, releasing the fishermen in custody of both the countries and discussion between national security advisers to overcome terrorism. The key points of discussion between national security advisors are the cross border terrorism, Mumbai attacks and most boldly on Zaki-ur-Rahman Lakhvi.

The permanent membership of both the countries in SCO will be decided by the next SCO summit which will held in India in 2016. The membership will open new channels for India toward the international affairs. Currently India has observer status along with some other countries namely Russia, China, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.

The extended foreign relations of India led new era of peace and solved distances by discussions. The entire visit was successful with range of deals and cooperation between countries. The initiative to make more friends seems to be a game changer.

Also Read: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s 6 Nation Visit (Part -1)

Ravinder Tanwar
Ravinder Tanwarhttps://ssbcrack.com/
A resident of Jaipur. I am a KVian who is passionate to join Indian Defense Force. I started giving SSB from NDA. After completing my B.Tech in 2012, currently I am working as a Software Engineer in Jaipur in a private company, but the passion is still alive in my soul.

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