PM Modi, Go for South Africa, will take part in BRICS conference



Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni had reached the airport for seizing Modi.

After visiting African countries Rwanda and Uganda, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has now left for South Africa. Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni had reached the airport for seizing Modi. Modi said hello to President Yoweri Museveni by shaking his hand while climbing on the flight.

During his visit to South Africa, he will attend the BRICS Conference, which is expected to discuss issues of international importance, including international peace and security. Saying PM Modi is on a five-day tour of three countries Rwanda, Uganda and South Africa.

Addressed to the Parliament of Uganda

Earlier on Wednesday morning PM Modi addressed the Parliament of Uganda. He said that the past is quite similar to the two countries. Both countries have long been under the colonial forces. A long independence struggle has a history of struggle. Modi said that the link to the history of Indian independence is from Africa. He said that the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi spent 21 years in Africa and the non-cooperation was started from Andalan from here.

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Let it be said that this is the first bilateral visit of an Indian Prime Minister since 1997. When PM Modi arrived there, he was welcomed at the airport.

Significantly, this is the first Ugandan trip after 20 years of any Prime Minister of India. Describing Ugandan President as an old friend of India, he said that Uganda’s first visit to Gujarat as the Chief Minister of Gujarat is still in his mind. President Yoweri Museveni appreciated Modi and said that his business management stand in public affairs has changed significantly in India.


By:- Abhishek Bajpai


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