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Modi's Day In Mongolia: Hits Bull's-Eye

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| May 18 , 2015 , 06:56 IST
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, departs from Mongolia for South Korea. He left the capital, Ulan Bator, with fond memories of his trip as he set India's 'Look East foreign policy'. Prime Minister Modi on Saturday landed in the Mongolian capital Ulan Bator in the first-ever visit by an Indian prime minister. He met Mongolian PM Chimed Saikhanbileg as both countries signed many agreements of cooperation. PM Modi also clicked a selfy with his Monglian counterpart.     Before that PM Modi received ceremonial reception at Chinggis Khaan Square. Prime Minster also handed over a Bodhi tree sapling to Hamba Lama (Chief Abbott) of the Gandan Tegchilen monastery here in the Mongolian Capital. He also visited Gandantegchinlen Monastery and Gir shrine dedicated to Lord Buddha.
PM Modi addressing Mongolian Parliament
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    • Narendra Modi, the first Indian Prime Minister to vist Mongolia went to the Gir shrine dedicated to Lord Buddha.
   
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  • PM Modi received ceremonial reception at Chinggis Khaan Square
      Modi arrived here from Shanghai in the second leg of his three-nation visit. He concluded a three-day visit to China on Saturday that also took him to Beijing and Xi`an. He was received at the airport by Mongolian Foreign Minister L. Purevsuren. The Prime Minister's two-day visit is taking place in the backdrop of celebrations of the 25th year of democracy and 60 years of diplomatic relations between India and Mongolia. Modi will spend Sunday in Mongolia and address the Mongolian parliament, which will be opened on a holiday, in a special gesture. Modi will also meet the speaker of the Mongolian parliament. He will meet President Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj and attend a banquet lunch in his honour. Modi will later lay the foundation stone for an IT centre and attend a mini Naadam festival - a national sporting festival and watch wrestling, archery and horse racing events in an open arena. Modi will also address a community reception and banquet in Ulan Bator.

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