Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Seychelles
Prime Minister Narendra Modi unveiled the Plaque and Operationalisation of Radar for the CSRS India-Seychelles Cooperation Project in Seychelles.
Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi visited Seychelles from 10 March and 11 March 2015. With this, Modi became the first Prime Minister of India to visit Seychelles in 34 long years.
Modi was received by the President of Seychelles, James Michel at the Seychelles International Airport.
During this visit, India and Seychelles signed four agreements to boost security cooperation. These include agreements on
• Cooperation in hydrography
• Cooperation in renewable energy
• Cooperation in Infrastructure development
• Cooperation in Sale of navigation charts and electronic navigational charts
Besides on 11 March 2015, Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited the State House and signed the Visitors Book.
He also unveiled the Plaque and Operationalisation of Radar for the CSRS India-Seychelles Cooperation Project in Seychelles.
Before concluding his Seychelles visit, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also addressed a massive gathering at a civic reception and touched areas like mitigating climate change, renewable energy and Make in India.