New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will pay a three-nation official visit to China, Mongolia and South Korea from May 14-19.
In China, Modi will visit Xian, Beijing and Shanghai from May 14-16.
He will hold bilateral meetings with the country's leadership and participate in cultural and business events.
The prime minister will also attend an event organised by the Indian community in China.
In Mongolia, his engagement will be on May 17. This is the first ever visit by an Indian prime minister to Mongolia.
He will then visit to Republic of Korea on May 18-19.
Modi will hold bilateral discussions with President Park Geun-hye and meet with important business leaders in Seoul, an official statement said on Tuesday.
After assuming Prime Minister's office in 2015, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has made a number of prime ministerial trips. Here is a list of them.
The following international trips were made by Narendra Modi during 2014:
>> Bhutan- June16-17
>> Brazil - July 13-16
>> Nepal - August 3-4
>> Japan - August 30-September 3
>> United States - September 26-30
>> Myanmar - November 11-13
>> Australia - November 14-18
>> Fiji - November 19 Nepal - December 26-27
Modi had undertaken the following visits during the first quarter of 2015.
>> Seychelles - March 10-11
>> Mauritius - March 11-13
>> Sri Lanka - March 13-14
>> Singapore - March 29
>> France - April 9-12
>> Germany - April 12-14
>> Canada - April 14-16
The Prime Minister will also undertake international trips to China, two trips to Russia, Turkmenistan, Turkey and Singapore in the coming months.
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