During the five-day tour between 7 July and 11 July 2016, Modi met with President of South Africa Jacob Zuma, Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, President of Tanzania John Magufuli and President of Mozambique Filipe Nyusi.
During this visit, Modi held high level meetings on a wide range of bilateral issues and matters of regional and global concern. He also discussed India's NSG membership issue & secured their constructive support.
During the visit, Modi met Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and gifted him the reproduction of the seventh-century manuscript of the Holy Quran attributed to Hazrat Ali, the fourth caliph.
During the five day tour Modi participated in two different summits, namely India-EU summit in Brussels and 4th Nuclear Security Summit in Washington DC.
He visited India on invitation of Narendra Modi who became the first Prime Minister to visit the UAE after a gap of 34 years in August 2015.
During his visit to Thailand, India confirmed its participation in the Cobra Gold 2016 multilateral amphibious military exercise.
This was President Hollande's second State Visit to India and the fifth time that a French Head of State was invited as the Chief Guest on India's Republic Day celebrations.
During the visit, Modi and Vladimir Putin participated in the 16th India-Russia Annual Summit.
Joint Statement on a Strategic Partnership between India and Singapore, titled “Renewed Spirit, New Energy – नया उत्साह, नया जोश” was released on 24 November 2015.
During his visit, Modi participated in G-20 summit at Antalya, Turkey and met with Queen Elizabeth II, British Prime Minister David Cameron, Turkey President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and others.
President Mukherjee was conferred honorary doctorate by Hebrew University in Jerusalem, University of Jordan and Al-Quds University, Palestine.
At present, President Mukherjee is on the three-nation visit namely Jordan (10 to 12 October 2015), Palestine (12 to 13 October 2015) and Israel (13 to 15 October 2015).
President Mukherjee inaugurated a street named after Mahatma Gandhi in Amman and planted an Olive tree in peace park.
Germany returned a 10th century Durga idol of Mahishasuramardini avatar, which had gone missing from a temple in Kashmir over two decades, back to India.
During his visit the Prime Minister held discussions with Prime Minister Enda Kenny of Ireland, who also hosted a Working Lunch in honour of the visiting dignitary.
During the visit, he went to the historic Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi, which is the third largest mosque in the world and can accommodate around 40000 people at a time.
During his eight-day visit, Modi met the leaders of the five nations namely Emomali Rahmon, Almazbek Atambaev, Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov, Nursultan Nazarbayev, and Islam Karimov.
Modi along with her Bangladeshi Counterpart Sheikh Hasina and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee flagged off the Dhaka-Shillong-Guwahati and Kolkata-Dhaka-Tripura bus services.
Major agreements reached during the three-nation visit included nuclear deal, purchase of 36 Rafale fighter aircraft, return of the Khajuraho sculpture and others.
During his three day visit, the Prime Minister interacted with the Chancellor, business leaders and Indian Diaspora.
Foreign Minister level talks were held were issues of mutual interest including India’s security concerns were discussed and Yong was informed about the significance of peace and stability in the Korean peninsula for India’s Act East policy.
In the first leg of his visit, Modi was given a ceremonial reception in the French capital, Paris by Thierry Braillard, Minister of State for Sports of France.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his visit joined the National Day celebrations in Mauritius as the guest of honour and also visited the Ganga Talao in Mauritius.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi unveiled the Plaque and Operationalisation of Radar for the CSRS India-Seychelles Cooperation Project in Seychelles.
This was the first bilateral visit by an Indian Prime Minister to Sri Lanka since 1987. He also became the first Indian Prime Minister to make journey to Jaffna and Talaimannar region of Sri Lanka.
During the SAARC Yatra, he visited four countries namely Afghanistan, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Bhutan. He held talks with his counterparts of respective nations and their leaders to.
The two nations had wide-range of discussions to enhance bilateral relations and to strengthen cooperation on regional and international issues. They agreed to raise the partnership to a higher level.
During the visit, Maumoon met External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj in New Delhi and reviewed the developmental projects in Maldives.
Prime Minister of Bhutan Lyonchhen Tshering Tobgay visited India.
Union External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj visited South Korea to attend the 8th India-Republic of Korea Joint Commission meeting.