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PM Modi arrives in Uganda on the 2nd leg of his 3-nation visit

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has touched down in Uganda for the second leg of his 3 nation African tour after a succesful two days visit to Rwanda. President of Rwanda saw Prime Minister Modi off at the airport. PM thanked the wonderful people of Rwanda for their warmth and affection. He tweetes that this visit adds tremendous strength to closer economic and cultural relations between India and Rwanda.

Address to the Ugandan Parliament will be the highlight of his visit to Uganda. This will be the first time an Indian prime minister will do so. Besides, PM Modi will also address the members of Indian community there.

Prime minister’s programme in Uganda includes a meeting with Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni and also delegation level talks. Both countries are expected to sign varoius agreements, which will boost bilateral ties between the two countries. Besides, PM Modi will also address the Ugandan Parliament.

PM Modi will also address the Indian community there. People living there are excited over Prime Minister Narendar Modi’s visit to Uganda.

In the last few years, the relation with African nations have been strengthened in various sectors. Africa has been the prime focus area for India’s foreign policy. PM Modi’s three nations tour to Rwanda, Uganad and South Africa is expected to further strengthen ties with these countries.

Prime Minister’s programme in Uganda includes a meeting with Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni and also delegation level talks. Both countries are expected to sign various agreements, which will boost bilateral ties between the two nations.

Besides, Prime Minister will also address the Ugandan Parliament. This will be the first time an Indian prime minister will do so. He will also address the members of Indian community there. 

In the last few years, the relations with African nations have been strengthened in various sectors. Africa has been the prime focus area for India’s foreign policy. PM Modi’s three nation tour to Rwanda, Uganad and South Africa is expected to further strengthen ties with these countries. 

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