PM Narendra Modi will go on a two nation tour to Vietnam and China on Friday. During his four day visit he will firstly go to Hanoi where he will met with President Tran Dai Quang and Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.
Modi will discuss about how to make ties stronger in areas of defence, security and trade, and oil exploration.
External Affairs Ministry Secretary, Preeti Saran said, “Vietnam is India’s important strategic partner and the visit is aimed at further strengthening bilateral ties, including defence, security and trade.”
From Vietnam Narendra Modi will leave for Hangzhou, China to be a part of G20 summit that will took place on September 4 and 5. Also, he will address the people of China. “During the visit, India will take up issues like cross-border mobility of professionals, terror financing, tax evasion and reduction in remittance transaction cost among others,” said Secretary (West) Sujata Mehta.
On the sidelines of the Summit, the Prime Minister will have two-sided meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping. It would be the initially meeting between Prime Minister Modi and President Jinping after their meeting on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit held in Uzbekistan capital Tashkent, where the Prime Minister had asked China to make a "reasonable and goal" appraisal of India's application on legitimacy for India's participation of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG).
On August 12, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi went to New Delhi potentially to solidify the motivation for the discussions between President Jinping and Prime Minister Modi. As indicated by a report in China's state-possessed Global Times, Foreign Minister Yi may likewise utilize his visit to New Delhi to gain a point of view and an evaluation of Prime Minister Modi's visits to Vietnam and Laos.
As indicated by reports, Beijing is survey Prime Minister Modi's visit to Vietnam rather firmly, given that Hanoi is additionally a gathering in the SCS question and has likewise staked a sea and rich vitality asset case to utilization of its waters. The Prime Minister will likewise go to a BRICS pioneers' meet. He will profit to India for September 5.
On September 7, Prime Minister Modi will leave for Laos PDR on a two-day visit to go to the yearly India-ASEAN and East Asia summits. At the ASEAN-India Summit, the Prime Minister and ASEAN pioneers will audit ASEAN-India participation and talk about its future course in the ranges of politico-security, financial and socio-social collaboration. The pioneers will likewise trade sees on territorial and global issues of shared intrigue and concern.