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New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for Bangkok on a three-day visit to Thailand, on November 2, 2019. He will participate in various ASEAN related Summits including the ASEAN-India Summit, East Asia Summit, and a meeting on RCEP negotiations. He will also hold meetings with world leaders to discuss important bilateral and global issues.
In his departure statement, the Prime Minister said ASEAN related Summits are key elements of India’s foreign policy, most notably our Act East Policy. Highlighting the importance of East Asia Summit, he said it gives an opportunity to present our vision for the Indo-Pacific region, according to a PIB release.
At 6 pm on November 2, the PM will address ‘Sawasdee PM Modi’ community programme at Bangkok. Praising the contributions of Indian community to Thailand, the Prime Minister said he is looking forward to interact with them. “Connecting with the Indian diaspora is something I always look forward to,” PM Modi said in a tweet.