NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who will be in the United States next week to attend the Fourth Nuclear Security Summit, is likely to meet his Pakistan counterpart Nawaz Sharif in Washington DC on March 31.
Prime Minister Modi is set to begin his three nation visit to Belgium, the United States and Saudi Arabia on March 30.
The Prime Minister is beginning his trip from Belgium, from where he would depart for Washington DC to attend the Fourth Nuclear Security Summit on March 31 and April 1.
From the United States, Prime Minister Modi will proceed for an official visit to Saudi Arabia on April 2 and 3.
Narendra Modi if meets prime minister of Pakistan , no issue, but question arises whether such meetings give any positive outcome?
Wish you fruitful and a wonderful journey.
Just to decide next tea party , woh.
Raghava Rao Karavadi
No Problem . There will be no difference if Both Meet or do not Meet
without any progress
These meeting would yield any result ??????
Tactical nukes akin to small dirty bombs being deployed by Pak Army field units as reported in media are certainly very dangerous.What is U.S doing about it ?
Better Modi keeps away from him. Whenever both these guys meet, the Pak army sends troops of terrorists to India across the border and tries to violate cease fire