NEW DELHI, Sep 29: “My USA visit demonstrates the extraordinary depth and diversity of our relationship. A lot of ground has been covered in these few days,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in a series of tweets on Tuesday morning as he concluded his five-day US trip.
“I got the opportunity to attend a wide spread of programmes, each of which generated many positive outcomes that will benefit India,” the PM said.
Prime Minster Narendra Modi thanked the American people for the very warm welcome and hospitality he and his delegation got wherever they went.”I shared my thoughts on key global issues at the UN & also met many world leaders to strengthen India’s ties with the global community,” he said in another tweet.
Prime Minister Modi departed for New Delhi from John F. Kennedy International Airport on Tuesday morning.
He will fly straight for New Delhi after a brief stopover at Frankfurt.
On the last day of his 5-day trip, PM addressed the UN Peacekeeping Summit where he made another strong pitch for UN security council reforms.Earlier on Monday, PM Modi met US President Barack Obama and discussed a range of issues, including terrorism and climate change.
The two leaders met for nearly an hour. PM Modi also met British Prime Minister David Cameron and French President Francois Hollande on the last day.During the five-day visit, Prime Minister Narendra Modi met several world leaders and had interactions with leading investors and financial sector firms. There was a working dinner where major Fortune-500 companies were present to deliberate on investment opportunities in India.
He also traveled to West Coast where he visited Facebook Headquarters for a Townhall Q&A with its CEO Mark Zuckerberg. He also visited Google campus and Tesla Motors.
In San Jose, he interacted with the Indian community on September 27.
2015 Kashmir Despatch