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PM Narendra Modi to visit Bhutan tomorrow
Narendra Modi
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PM Narendra Modi to visit Bhutan tomorrow

| @indiablooms | 20 Mar 2024, 06:05 pm

Indian PM Narendra Modi will pay a state visit to Bhutan from March 21-22, his office said on Wednesday.

"The visit is in keeping with the tradition of regular high-level exchanges between India and Bhutan and the Government’s emphasis on its Neighbourhood First Policy" read the statement issued by the Prime Minister's Office.

During the visit, the Prime Minister will receive audience with Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck, the King of Bhutan and Jigme Singye Wangchuck, the Fourth King of Bhutan.

The Prime Minister will also hold talks with the Prime Minister of Bhutan Tshering Tobgay.

India and Bhutan share a unique and enduring partnership which is rooted in mutual trust, understanding and goodwill, read the statement.

"Our shared spiritual heritage and warm people to people ties add depth and vibrancy to our exceptional relations," the statement added.

The visit will provide an opportunity for both sides to exchange views on bilateral and regional matters of interest and deliberate on ways to expand and intensify our exemplary partnership for the benefit of our peoples.

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