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Modi selects Bhutan for his first state visit

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Unlike what many regional think tanks have speculated that the new Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, would visit either Pakistan or Sri Lank, he is set to visit Bhutan later this month as his first state visit.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi shake hands with his Bhutan counterpart Tshering Tobgay during a meeting at Hyderabad House in New Delhi (Picture courtesy: PTI)
Prime Minister Narendra Modi shake hands with his Bhutan counterpart Tshering Tobgay during a meeting at Hyderabad House in New Delhi
(Picture courtesy: PTI)

An official team will be off to Bhutan on Friday to set up the visit and work out the logistics, reported Times of India (ToI), Thursday.

According to the report, the decision was taken over the past few days during which Modi’s tour calendar was being finalized. The discussion also touched choices among Nepal, Bangladesh and Afghanistan.

The any government unit from Bhutan has reported about Modi’s visit as of now.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi shake hands with his Bhutan counterpart Lyonchhen Tshering Tobgay during a meeting at Hyderabad House in New Delhi on Tuesday.

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