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PM Narendra Modi concludes his historic visit to five Central Asian Nations & Russia
PM visits Tajikistan, meets President Emomali Rahmon & Tajikistan PM Qohir Rasulzoda
PM Modi presents President Rahmon a specially commissioned miniature painting of tomb of the 17th century Indian poet Abdul Qadir Bedil
India, Tajikistan welcome setting up of a North-South Transport Corridor
PM Modi speaks at a special Workshop of Agriculture Cooperation
Shri Narendra Modi unveils a bust of Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore in Tajikistan

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s flight touched down in Tajikistan on July 12th. PM of Tajikistan, Mr. Qohir Rasulzoda was himself present at the airport to receive Shri Modi. PM Modi thanked him for the wonderful welcome.

On morning of July 13th, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was given a Ceremonial Reception.

PM Modi held one-to-one talks with President of Tajikistan, Mr. Emomali Rahmon followed by high level delegation meeting. Both leaders discussed measures to strengthen cooperation between India and Tajikistan in areas of trade and commerce. PM Modi also complemented President Rahmon for his personal commitment and leadership in stepping up ties between both the countries. PM Narendra Modi also presented him a specially commissioned miniature painting of the tomb of the 17th century Indian poet Abdul Qadir Bedil.

Presented President Rahmon a specially commissioned miniature painting of the tomb of the 17th century Indian poet Abdul...

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Key agreements were inked between both Nations to further augment the bilateral relations.

Speaking at the Joint Press Conference, PM Narendra Modi assumed India and Tajikistan to be bound by historical, cultural and civilizational links. He noted Tajikistan to be nearest to India among all Central Asian countries. The Prime Minister said that connectivity was a vital aspect for realising the full potential of trade and commerce between both Nations. Both the countries also agreed to setting up of a North-South Transport Corridor.

India and Tajikistan also agreed upon to further intensify the cooperation in combating terrorism and extremism jointly. Both the Nations stepped up their defence and strategic ties during the Prime Minister’s visit.

A special Workshop of Agriculture Cooperation was also organised in Dushanbe. Shri Modi was delighted that for the first time such an event was organised on a large scale. Quoting the success of Green Revolution in India, he said that international partnerships could be catalysts for the development of agriculture. The Prime Minister highlighted various aspects of India-Tajikistan cooperation in this very sector.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi also unveiled a bust of Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore in Tajikistan.

Bust of Gurudev Tagore highlights the deep cultural & spiritual links between India & Tajikistan.

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Prime Minister Modi also paid a visit to India-Tajikistan friendship Hospital.

A banquet was hosted in honour of PM Modi by the President of Tajikistan. He hoped that in the times to come, bonds between both the nations would be further enhanced.

As he concluded his visit, Shri Modi thanked the government and people of Tajikistan for the warm hospitality during his visit. Tajikistan visit marked the completion of Shri Narendra Modi’s visit to five Central Asian Nations. Heading back home, he was optimistic that strong ties between India and Central Asia would prove o be beneficial for the entire region.

 

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In a first of its kind initiative, PM to interact with Heads of Indian Missions abroad and stakeholders of the trade & commerce sector on 6th August
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Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi will interact with Heads of Indian Missions abroad along with stakeholders of the trade & commerce sector of the country on 6 August, 2021 at 6 PM, via video conferencing. The event will mark a clarion call by the Prime Minister for ‘Local Goes Global - Make in India for the World’.

Exports have a huge employment generation potential, especially for MSMEs and high labour-intensive sectors, with a cascading effect on the manufacturing sector and the overall economy. The purpose of the interaction is to provide a focussed thrust to leverage and expand India’s export and its share in global trade.

The interaction aims to energise all stakeholders towards expanding our export potential and utilizing the local capabilities to fulfil the global demand.

Union Commerce Minister and External Affairs Minister will also be present during the interaction. The interaction will also witness participation of Secretaries of more than twenty departments, state government officials, members of Export Promotion Councils and Chambers of Commerce.