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Germany, Spain, Russia, France: Detailed itinerary of PM Modi's tour

News Agencies | Updated on: 29 May 2017, 14:13 IST

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's four-nation started on 29 may, and he will land in Germany for the first leg of his six-day tour.

Here is the breakup of PM Modi's engagements during his four-nation tour:

May 29, 2017:

. Upon landing in Berlin, the Prime Minister will directly depart for Schloss Meseberg, the official State Guest House of the Germany.

. The Prime Minister will sign Visitor's Book.

. German Chancellor Angela Merkel will host a dinner for PM Modi at Schloss Meseberg.

May 30, 2017:

. Germany will host ceremonial welcome for PM Modi.

. Thereafter, the Prime Minister and German Chancellor will attend fourth biennial Inter-Governmental Consultations (IGC) plenary meeting at International Conference Room at Chancellery.

. After the meeting, both the leaders will address the media.

. Later, both the countries will sign Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs). Chancellor Merkel will host lunch for PM Modi and Indian delegation.

. Then the Prime Minister will depart for Hotel Adlon Kempinski at Palaisaal to attend Indo-German Business Summit 2017.

. PM Modi is expected to invite the German investment in India under Make in India.

. From the summit, the Prime Minister will depart for Castle Bellevue to meet German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier.

. After meeting with the German President, the Prime Minister will depart for Berlin Tegel Airport to start his Spain tour. He will rest at Hotel Intercontinental.

May 31, 2017:

. In the morning, PM Modi will sign Book of Honour at Sala Tapies, La Moncola Palace.

. After the signing ceremony, PM Modi will have a meeting with Spanish President Mariano Rajoy.

. After the meeting, President Rajoy will host breakfast for PM Modi and Indian delegation.

. Thereafter, bilateral agreements will be exchanged and conclusion of the CEOs Forum will be presented at Antechamber of Building of Council of Ministers at La Moncloa Palace.

. PM Modi will then depart for Palacio de la Zarzuela to call on Spanish King Felipe VI.

. After the meeting, the Prime Minister will depart for Hotel Intercontinental where he will participate in Roundtable interactions at Granados Hall with Spanish CEOs and business tycoons.

. Once the PM completes interactions with the Spanish businessmen, he will depart for St. Petersburg to start his Russia visit.

. PM Modi will stay at Grand Hotel Europe at St. Petersburg.

June 1, 2017:

. In Russia, the first engagement of the Prime Minister is to pay homage at the Piskarovskoye Cemetery.

. He will then depart for Konstantin Palace where he is scheduled to address the CEOs Forum after lunch. Both the countries will issue press statement after signing bilateral agreements.

. Russian President Vladmir Putin will host dinner for PM Modi.

June 2, 2017:

. This will be probably the busiest day for the Prime Minister in his trip.

. In the morning, the Prime Minister will take part in presentation of Urga Kanjur to Jampa Donod.

. Then the PM is scheduled to meet Tigran Sargasyan, chairman of the Eurasian Economic Commission and former Prime Minister of Armenia.

. PM Modi will next visit the State Hermitage Museum and Institute of Oriental Manuscripts.

. In the afternoon, the Prime Minister will attend the plenary session of St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF).

. Thereafter, he will interact with Governors and visit 'Make in India' Pavillion.

. PM Modi will also meet Prime Minister of Manogila J. Erdenebat, Federal Chancellor of Austria Christian Kern, and United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres.

. In the evening, PM Modi will depart for France to start his last leg of four-nation tour. He will be staying at Hotel Plaza Athene in Paris.

June 3, 2017:

. In the morning, the Prime Minister will meet newly elected French President Emmanuel Macron.

. After the meeting, Macron will host lunch for PM Modi.

.Thereafter, the Prime Minister will leave for India and is expected to reach Palam Airport early morning on 4 June.


First published: 29 May 2017, 14:13 IST