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Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives in Uganda

Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives in Uganda

| @indiablooms | 24 Jul 2018, 11:50 am

Entebbe, July 24 (IBNS): Ending his visit to Rwanda, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday reached Entebbe city as he started his Uganda trip on Tuesday.

This is the second nation in his three-nation tour.

"The Prime Minister landed at Entebbe, marking the start of his Uganda tour," PMO India tweeted.

Modi will visit Uganda from July 24-25.

This is the first visit by an Indian PM to Uganda in over 20 years.

The visit to South Africa is in the context of BRICS Summit.

"Prime Minister’s official engagement in Rwanda and Uganda include bilateral meetings with the Presidents, delegation level talks and meetings with the business and the Indian communities. In Rwanda, Prime Minister will visit the Genocide Memorial and participate in an event on "Girinka” (one cow per family), a national social protection scheme of Rwanda personally initiated by President Paul Kagame. In Uganda, Prime Minister will deliver a Keynote address at the Parliament of Uganda – the first Indian Prime Minister to address the Ugandan Parliament," read a statement issued by the Ministry of External Affairs earlier.

Image: PMO India Twitter page

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