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Modi in Nepal for SAARC Summit

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KATHMANDU, Nov 25 � Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived here today with an aim to inject new momentum to regional bloc SAARC during its two-day summit beginning tomorrow as he said development of close relations with neighbours was a key priority for his government, reports PTI.

On his arrival here to attend his maiden SAARC Summit, Modi was accorded a warm welcome. He was given a guard of honour and a group of girls presented a cultural performance for him.

Modi will articulate India�s position on various issues during the summit on November 26-27 and will hold bilateral talks with South Asian heads of state and government on its margins.

While Modi�s official programme has no mention of his meeting with his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif, he would be meeting Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa among others.

In his pre-departure statement, Modi said development of close relations with neighbours was a key priority for his government and he was also looking forward to holding talks with other South Asian heads of state and government on the margins of the summit.

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Modi in Nepal for SAARC Summit

KATHMANDU, Nov 25 � Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived here today with an aim to inject new momentum to regional bloc SAARC during its two-day summit beginning tomorrow as he said development of close relations with neighbours was a key priority for his government, reports PTI.

On his arrival here to attend his maiden SAARC Summit, Modi was accorded a warm welcome. He was given a guard of honour and a group of girls presented a cultural performance for him.

Modi will articulate India�s position on various issues during the summit on November 26-27 and will hold bilateral talks with South Asian heads of state and government on its margins.

While Modi�s official programme has no mention of his meeting with his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif, he would be meeting Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa among others.

In his pre-departure statement, Modi said development of close relations with neighbours was a key priority for his government and he was also looking forward to holding talks with other South Asian heads of state and government on the margins of the summit.

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