New Delhi, March 28:
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Saturday his visit to France, Germany and Canada is centred around supporting India’s economic agenda and creating jobs.
“France, Germany and Canada visit is centred around supporting India’s economic agenda and creating jobs for our youth,” Modi said in a tweet.
“Will discuss strengthening India-France economic co-operation and visit some high-tech industrial units outside Paris. In Germany, Chancellor Merkel and I will jointly inaugurate Hannover Messe where India is a partner country,” the prime minister said.
The Hannover Messe fair is world’s largest industrial trade fair.
“Looking forward to enhancing ties with Canada and interacting with leaders, captains of industry and diaspora in Canada,” Modi said in another tweet.
Modi will first travel to France on April 9 and from there he will leave for Germany on April 12.
On the third and final leg of the tour, he will visit Canada from April 14-16. IANS