Back on tour: PM Modi in Myanmar for 25th ASEAN summit

Within hours of his landing in Naypyitaw, new capital of Myanmar, Prime Minister Narendra Modi held the first of his over 20-odd bilateral meetings during his 11-20 November three-nation tour when he met his first host country’s president Thein Sein.

FP Staff November 12, 2014 14:52:16 IST
Back on tour: PM Modi in Myanmar for 25th ASEAN summit
Back on tour PM Modi in Myanmar for 25th ASEAN summit

Prime Minister Narendra Modi called on the President U. Thein Sein of Myanmar during his visit to Nay Pyi Taw. PIB

Back on tour PM Modi in Myanmar for 25th ASEAN summit

PM Narendra Modi was given a grand welcome upon his arrival in Myanmar. PIB

Back on tour PM Modi in Myanmar for 25th ASEAN summit

PM Narendra Modi met the President of Myanmar, U. Thein Sein to discuss connectivity, culture and commercial ties. PIB

Back on tour PM Modi in Myanmar for 25th ASEAN summit

Both leaders, PM Narendra Modi and President U. Thein Sein talked about facilitating trade between both ASEAN members. PIB

Back on tour PM Modi in Myanmar for 25th ASEAN summit

Prime Minister Narendra Modi received a memento from President of Myanmar, U Thein Sein when the two leaders met at the Presidential Palace. PTI

Back on tour PM Modi in Myanmar for 25th ASEAN summit

Indian and Myanmaries delegations flank their leaders and they pose for a photo at the Presidential Palace. PTI

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