From the past 2 years, we all have been observing our Prime Minister to be in great form. He has been visiting many countries in search of investment and to bringing up jobs for Indians. Foreign trips are not just trips. They are significantly more than that.Diplomacy,Image of country, feel of dignity in Indians residing in foreign Countries,FDI,Technology transfer,Export Import balance,currency swap and a lot more is product of these foreign trips.
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Now lets have an eye over countries visited by Narendra modi after becoming PM.
In total 43 foreign visits has been completed by our PM in 20 months. Few countries namely are France,Nepal,Russia,Singapore,US has been visited twice.
Try to understand these by image below.Dark blue are those countries where Modi visited twice.
We as a Indian are good at mocking everyone and some of us didn’t even spared our PM.
But let me ask one question!
Had you ever asked this question in last say 50-60 years?
Had you ever taken interest in any foreign trip of any other PM?Had you ever listened the speech of any other PM on Red Fort,Madison square that too full house and more than that full with enthusiasm?
This one man made us to think, to ask this question that why our PM is going on foreign trip, what are the benefits of that etc. I believe that this is what Modi has done. He changed our mindset and forced our youth to take interest in politics.And problems are a lot in our country but if somebody tries to solve it what we need to standby him otherwise we will remain counting problems and hence will be called developing only.
Our Former President and missile man once asked a group of Indians in US that when you will feel proud as Indian or will take pride in being Indian.
A wonderful reply came out of the crowd and that was Sir Kalam when India will sanction any country then I will feel that India has got strength and will take pride of being a citizen of India.
But how can we achieve it, just by murmuring our problems.A big No.
We will have to stand , do the needfull,Excel in our respective fields. India is a vaccuum without its people. If we have to fill positive air in this vaccuum then only we have to stand and work for our country. Government can support us , provide infra, increase transparency and other needfull stands to make our nation Developed which was dream of Late kalam Sir. We are still 4 years away from 2020 and we can try to achieve that goal.
We need to follow these lines said by an American president in context of Americans.
Now coming back to our PMs three nation visit. This is going to be his first foreign visit of 2016.
Prime Minister Modi will visit Belgium, the US and Saudi Arabia during his five-day three-nation tour beginning on March 30.
In Brussels, Modi will hold bilateral talks with the Belgian leadership and also attend the 13th India-EU summit. The last India-EU summit was held in 2012.The recent attacks in Brussels will of be a very important part of the discussions.As India is also terror struck and India Army is 2nd largest in world. So, Belgium can take help if needed as it owns cutting edge technology which could be helpful for India. At least 35 people were killed in two explosions at the Zaventem airport and one at a metro station in the Belgian capital on March 22. Modi will meet President of the European Council Donald Tusk and President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Junker. The prime minister had met both these leaders during the G20 summit at Antalya in Turkey in November last year. EU continued to be a global economic powerhouse and was the biggest economy in the world with a GDP of $18 trillion. The EU is the world’s largest exporter and importer of goods and services. For India, EU is the largest export destination and trading partner.
“Our two-way trade, including services, amounts to $1.6 billion. “It is also the largest source of foreign direct investment in India with $69 billion. Belgium is India’s second largest trading partner in the European Union (EU). Modi would also interact with members of the Indian community in Belgium. There are around 20,000 Indians in Belgium and many of them are engaged in diamond trading in Antwerp.Another highlight of Modi’s visit will be the technical activation of Asia’s largest optical telescope at Devasthal near Nainital that has been built with Belgium’s aid.
On March 31, Modi will leave for Washington on the second leg of his visit where he will attend the two-day Fourth Nuclear Security Summit (NSS).Leaders of 52 countries and four international organisations are expected to participate in the summit.The Nuclear Security Summit (NSS) is a world summit, aimed at preventing nuclear terrorism around the globe.
The first summit was held in Washington, D.C. on April 12–13, 2010.
The second summit was held in Seoul, South Korea in 2012.
The third summit was held in The Hague, the Netherlands on March 24–25, 2014.
The fourth summit will be held in Washington, D.C. on March 31-April 1, 2016.
In 2009, American President Obama delivered a speech in Prague in which he called nuclear terrorism one of the greatest threats to international security. With that in mind, Mr Obama hosted the first Nuclear Security Summit (NSS) in Washington DC in 2010, in order to draw attention, at the highest possible level, to the need to secure nuclear material and thus prevent nuclear terrorism. Forty-seven countries and three international organisations participated in the first summit. In 2012 the second NSS was held in Seoul. Fifty-three countries and four international organisations were invited. The first summit was concerned with making political agreements, while the follow-up in Seoul focused on the progress made on implementing those agreements
On April 2, on his way back to India, Modi will drop in at Riyadh for a two-day bilateral visit to Saudi Arabia.This will be the first prime ministerial visit from India to the Gulf after the visit of then prime minister Manmohan Singh in 2010.The focus will be on enhancing the security and investment components of the bilateral relationship. Saudi Arabia is now India’s top energy supplier, displacing Iran during the height of the sanctions. More important, the security relationship has expanded beyond expectations. India and Saudi Arabia have, in recent years, established a robust intelligence and counter-terrorism cooperation which has been a surprising success.He is expected to meet King Salman, the crown prince, foreign minister Adel Al Jubeir and other cabinet ministers.
India expects major investments from Saudi Arabia particularly in the infrastructure and energy sectors, since Saudi investment in India is a very low $58 million. However, with oil prices at historic lows and Saudi Arabia posting the first budget deficit ($98 billion), the Saudi government’s attention this year appears to be on rationalizing the subsidy program.Saudi Arabia is workplace to over 3.5 million Indian expatriates.Saudis foreign minister said prior to Modis visit that,”We have extensive economic relations with India. We are the largest supplier of oil to India. Saudi Arabia is one of India’s biggest markets. We have a community of almost 3 million Indian citizens who live in Saudi Arabia. They are our doctors, bankers, engineers, teachers. They are by far the most peaceful non-Saudi community and we appreciate all their contributions to Saudi nation and society. They are an important bridge.”