Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reached Singapore in the third phase of the trip to South East Asia. On Thursday morning, Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Malaysia’s capital Kuala Lumpur and held a crucial meeting with the newly elected Prime Minister Mahathir Mohammed. Both the equivalent leaders get very warm with each other. Prime Minister Modi expressed his happiness over this meeting
It is expected that during this meeting, the leaders of both the countries considered measures to deepen bilateral relations in various sectors including trade and investment. Tell me that Modi will leave for Singapore after Malaysia, here, he will stay in Hotel Fullerton.
On the journey of three countries of South-East Asia, Modi reached Malaysia’s capital Kuala Lumpur on Thursday morning after a successful visit to Indonesia. Modi was welcomed at the Kuala Lumpur airport. In the first phase of the visit, there was a bilateral dialogue between Modi and President Vidodo in Indonesia and 15 agreements were signed.
PM Modi’s second trip to Malaysia
It is expected that during this visit, leaders of both countries will consider measures to deepen bilateral relations in various sectors including trade and investment. It is a special thing that this is Modi’s second visit to Malaysia. Before that, he has traveled to Malaysia in 2015.
Explain that the purpose of the Prime Minister, who has traveled to three countries, is to make India’s relationship more peaceful and strong in various important areas including defense and trade. Earlier, the External Affairs Ministry had said that PM Modi would stay in Kuala Lumpur on May 31 to meet the newly elected Prime Minister of Malaysia, Dr. Mahatir Mohammed. Modi will meet with Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir in Pattaya. Pattaya is located approximately 30 kilometers from Kuala Lumpur.
India’s historic relationship with Malaysia
There is a warm relationship between India and Malaysia. There have been considerable historical relations between the two countries. Malaysia has long been a stronghold of Indians. A total of seven percent of the non-resident Indians live there. From a business point of view, the trade between the two countries was $ 10.5 billion in 2017. It is estimated that by 2020 20 billion dollars could reach. Modi will leave for Singapore after Malaysia, he will stay here at Hotel Fullerton.
Mahathir Mohammed’s historic victory
Mahathir Mohammed (92) was sworn in as the Prime Minister of Malaysia on May 10. He led the opposition coalition which defeated the Barisan National (BN) coalition, which ruled from Malaysia in 1957, which has ruled for 61 years since independence on Malaysia. He achieved success in forming the government of the absolute majority in the parliament of Malaysia, out of the total 222 seats, his party won 122 seats.
Modi arrived in Indonesia in the first phase
In the first leg of his visit to three countries east-east-east Asia, Prime Minister Modi commenced his journey by paying homage to the martyrs of the freedom struggle of Indonesia. They presented wreaths to the martyrs here in the Kalibata National Heroes Cemetery.
15 MOU signed
After meeting President Joko Widodo and the delegation level meeting, PM Modi’s ‘Kite Exhibition’ arrived and inaugurated the festival. In the field of defense, science, technology, rail and health, 15 MoUs have been signed between India and Indonesia.
Invitation for Kumbh Mela
Modi said that Indonesian citizens get free visas to travel. He said that many of you have not seen India. We invite all of you to come to Kumbh Mela in Prayag next year. On this occasion, Modi Kite Festival also saw kites during the inauguration. PM Modi kicked the kite with the President of Indonesia.