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Important Factors of PM Narendra Modi’s South Africa Tour

Important Factors of PM Narendra Modi’s South Africa Tour
Written by Abhishek Lohia

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going on a tour of three African countries since Monday. During this visit of the Prime Minister, India will establish bilateral and then multilateral dialogue in the first continent under BRICS. After meeting with Ugandan president Yowei Mousewanyi and delegate-level talks, Modi will join India and Uganda’s joint trade agenda. Prime Minister of India will address Ugandan parliament for the first time. The Prime Minister will also address the members of the Indian community in Uganda.

Thirumurthy said, “We hope that Ugandan will get $ 14.1 million for power lines and sub-stations and $ 6.4 million for agriculture and dairy products.” Modi will reach Uganda at South Africa on July 25 at the end of his tour. In addition to the BRICS summit, Modi will hold bilateral talks with President Cyril Ramphosa, who had taken over South Africa’s power in February.

Two-important deals

During this visit of Modi, the two agreements are expected to be signed in which $ 100 million for an industrial park and the same amount will be provided for agriculture and irrigation projects. Thirumurthy had said that “We expect an agreement in the field of defense, dairy cooperation, leather, agriculture, and culture.” Modi will visit Raveru Model Village in Rwanda and give 200 cows gifts as part of the program in the inspection of President Kagame. On behalf of the government, the poorest families are provided cows for dairy, and the cow’s first calf is given by the people as a gift to their neighbor to increase brotherhood.

Modi from Rwanda will reach Uganda on July 24, which will be the first bilateral visit of Indian Prime Minister in the last 21 years. Thirumurthy told that focus on training and capacity building will be given to increase defense cooperation between India and Uganda. There is a training team of Indian Army from 2010 in Jinja.

BRICS Summit

The 10th summit of BRICS leaders in South Africa is going on, whose theme is ‘Inclusive development in the Industrial Revolution and cooperation of developing countries for common prosperity’. The invited group of African countries includes Rwanda, Uganda, Togo, Zambia, Namibia, Senegal, Gabon, Ethiopia, Angola and African Union Chairs at the BRICS Conference. Other invited countries including Argentina, Turkey, Indonesia, Jama, ca and Egypt. Other members of the BRICS summit will also meet Chinese President Xi Jinping. It will be the third meeting between the two leaders within a year.

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Abhishek Lohia

Abhishek Lohia was a Sports and Political Writer working for Newsfolo and is no longer associated with the organization.

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