Ottawa, April 15:
Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Canadian capital Ottawa after he completed his France and Germany tours, and was received by Indian high Commissioner to Canada Vishnu Prakash.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to meet Canadian Governor General David Johnston. This is a first bilateral visit by an Indian Prime Minister in 42 years. Modi will also meet his Canadian counterpart Stephen Harper over a working lunch.
Modi will also reach out to the Indian diaspora in Toronto and Vancouver.
Earlier, Modi while leaving Berlin has said “I leave Germany with great satisfaction… this visit will strengthen the India-Germany ties,” the prime minister said before boarding Air India One. (IANS)