Prime Minister Narendra Modi has undertaken his first historic visit to Palestine. He will be going to Ramallah on 10th of February, said Ministry of External Affairs. He will be the first Indian prime minister to ever embark on such a visit in seven decades.
Prime Minister is visiting UAE and Oman from 10th to 12th February. From Palestine, he will reach UAE late in the evening of 10th February on the invitation of UAE President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
Prime Minister has undertaken his first historical visit to Palestine. He will be going to Ramallah on 10th of February: Ministry of External Affairs pic.twitter.com/ka4YwuDLaO— ANI (@ANI) February 5, 2018
Besides Palestine, Modi will be attending the World Government Summit in the UAE where he has been accorded "guest of honour" status. This is his second visit to the Emirates. Modi had previously visited the UAE in August 2015.
On the last leg of his trip, Modi will visit Oman, a member of the Indian Ocean Rim Initiative.