Indian PM Likely to Visit in May

Indian PM Likely to Visit in May

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to pay an official visit to Iran in May for talks on bilateral ties. According to a report carried by the Economic Times on Friday, Modi will visit Tehran in search of opportunities in various fields of the energy sector following the removal of anti-Tehran sanctions. The report said the exact date of the visit has not been set yet, adding that the Indian premier will head for Qatar after holding talks with Iranian officials.


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