Modi, who left on May 14, spent three days in China. He visited Xi'an, Beijing and Shanghai, and held talks with the Chinese leadership.
He went to Mongolia on May 17, becoming the first Indian prime minister ever to visit the northeast Asian country. He was in South Korea on May 18-19, during which he held talks with President Park Gyeun-hye and a number of agreements were inked.
PM Modi arrived in Delhi after his 3-nation tour,a short while ago,received warm welcome from BJP leaders at airport. pic.twitter.com/9c2vXR6Qhe— ANI (@ANI_news) May 19, 2015