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PM Modi wraps up his three day China tour, heads for Mongolia
Prime Minister Narendra Modi receives a hearty welcome in Shanghai
PM Shri Modi addresses India-China Business Forum
Shri Narendra Modi launches Centre for Gandhian and Indian Studies at Fudan University
PM Narendra Modi reaches out to the Indian Community in China

On May 16th, Prime Minster Narendra Modi touched down Shanghai, the commercial capital of China. He landed to a warm welcome. It was the last leg of his three day visit to China.

The Prime Minister addressed the India-China Business Forum. Shri Modi said India is a knowledge society and China to be the land known for innovations. Prime Minister Modi pitched for ‘Make in India’, saying that the scope and potential, the breadth and length of infrastructure and related developments was very huge in India. He also noted that harmonious partnership between India and China was essential for economic development and political stability of the Asian continent.

Later in the day, PM Narendra Modi launched the Centre for Gandhian & Indian Studies at Fudan University. PM expressed joy that in his three day visit he got the opportunity to interact with students in two noted universities. While speaking at the launch, Shri Modi believed Gandhiji to be a 'Yug Purush' and a 'Vishwa Manav.'

The Prime Minister, in the evening, reached out to the Indian Community in Shanghai. He also thanked President Xi Jinping for having hosted in his home province Xi’an.

As Shri Narendra Modi headed for the second leg of his tour to Mongolia, the Prime Minister, taking to twitter, tweeted in Chinese, saying goodbye to the land of China. He expressed his gratitude for the warmth and hospitality. With this he hoped for better India-China ties, both strategically and economically.

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Prime Minister participates in 16th East Asia Summit on October 27, 2021
October 27, 2021
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Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi participated in the 16th East Asia Summit earlier today via videoconference. The 16th East Asia Summit was hosted by Brunei as EAS and ASEAN Chair. It saw the participation of leaders from ASEAN countries and other EAS Participating Countries including Australia, China, Japan, South Korea, Russia, USA and India. India has been an active participant of EAS. This was Prime Minister’s 7th East Asia Summit.

In his remarks at the Summit, Prime Minister reaffirmed the importance of EAS as the premier leaders-led forum in Indo-Pacific, bringing together nations to discuss important strategic issues. Prime Minister highlighted India’s efforts to fight the Covid-19 pandemic through vaccines and medical supplies. Prime Minister also spoke about "Atmanirbhar Bharat” Campaign for post-pandemic recovery and in ensuring resilient global value chains. He emphasized on the establishment of a better balance between economy and ecology and climate sustainable lifestyle.

The 16th EAS also discussed important regional and international issues including Indo-Pacifc, South China Sea, UNCLOS, terrorism, and situation in Korean Peninsula and Myanmar. PM reaffirmed "ASEAN centrality” in the Indo-Pacific and highlighted the synergies between ASEAN Outlook on Indo-Pacific (AOIP) and India’s Indo-Pacific Oceans Initiative (IPOI).

The EAS leaders adopted three Statements on Mental Health, Economic recovery through Tourism and Sustainable Recovery, which have been co-sponsored by India. Overall, the Summit saw a fruitful exchange of views between Prime Minister and other EAS leaders.