SINGAPORE: Wrapping up his four-day tour to southeast Asia, Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for India on Tuesday.
PM Modi ended his two-day Singapore tour after weaving his charm with the Indian Diaspora, which forms approximately nine percent of the city-state’s total population, in Hall Number One and Two of the Singapore Expo venue.
Prime Minister Modi met his Singapore counterpart Lee Hsein Loong and signed the India-Singapore strategic partnership to elevate bilateral relations.
Prime Minister Modi also addressed the India-Singapore Economic Convention and interacted with Chief Executive Officers of several companies.
Both Prime Ministers also released a joint stamp to mark the 50 years of diplomatic relation of India and Singapore.