PM Modi’s visit to South Korea: Day 2

Published By : Admin | May 19, 2015 | 16:47 IST
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PM Modi wraps up his three Nation visit to China, Mongolia, and South Korea
Shri Modi attends Asian Leadership Conference in Seoul
Prime Minister Narendra Modi holds one-to-one meetings with top Korean CEOs
PM attends a special programme of Friends of India in the Republic of Korea
Prime Minister Modi visits Hyundai Heavy Industries Shipyard

The second day of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to South Korea was quite eventful. It was the final day of PM Modi’s three nation visit. The day began at the Asian Leadership Conference in Seoul.

At the conference, the PM remarked that Asia must rise as one without any regional fragments. He assumed India’s responsibility to build an inter-connected Asia.

PM held one-to-one meetings with top Korean CEOs and invited them to ‘Make in India.’

Speaking at a special programme of Friends of India in the Republic of Korea, Shri Narendra Modi requested everyone at the event to join in for the International Day of Yoga on 21st June and make it largest Yoga celebration in Korea.

Prime Minister Shri Modi also visited the Cheonggyecheon Stream.

The Prime Minister in the second half of the day flew to Gimhae.

He paid a visit to the Hyundai Heavy Industries Shipyard.

Summing up his South Korea visit, while heading back home, Prime Minister Modi taking to twitter, thanked the Korean people and Government for their warm hospitality. He even tweeted in Korean and expressed his gratitude. Considering his meetings with President Park Geun-hye and other business leaders to be fruitful, he hoped that India-Korea cooperation would be further strengthened in times to come and serve for the benefit of the people of both Nations.

 

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