List of international prime ministerial trips made by Narendra Modi

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The following is a list of international prime ministerial trips made by Narendra Modi since he became the Prime Minister of India following the 2014 Indian general election.

Summary of international trips[edit]

Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives in Tehran, Iran (May 2016).

As of August 2022, Narendra Modi has made 109 foreign trips, visiting 60 countries including the visits to USA to attend the UN General Assembly, to Asian countries, following his neighbourhood first and act east policies.

Map of international trips made by Narendra Modi as Prime Minister

as of August 2022:

  One visit
  Two visits
  Three visits
  Four visits
  Five visits
  Six visits
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visits by country
Number of visits Country
1 visit (34) Argentina, Australia, Bahrain, Belgium, Canada, Fiji, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Jordan, Kenya, Laos, Mauritius, Mexico, Mongolia, Mozambique, Netherlands, Oman, Pakistan, Palestine, Philippines, Portugal, Qatar, Rwanda, Seychelles, Spain, Sweden, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Uganda, Vietnam
2 visits (16) Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brazil, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Malaysia, Maldives, Myanmar, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Switzerland, Thailand, United Kingdom, Uzbekistan
3 visits (2) Sri Lanka, United Arab Emirates
4 visits (4) Germany, Japan, Nepal, Singapore
5 visits (3) China, France, Russia
6 visits (1) United States


Country Areas visited Date(s) Purpose(s) Notes
 Bhutan Paro, Thimpu 15–16 June State visit
 Brazil Fortaleza, Brasilia 13–16 July BRICS Summit & State visit
   Nepal Kathmandu 3–4 August State visit
Modi arrived for a two-day visit to Nepal on 3 August. The last visit of an Indian prime minister to Nepal was 17 years ago in 1997 by I. K. Gujral.[1][Note I] The talks with Nepal were focused on reviewing the 1950s Treaty of Peace and Friendship, India-funded hydroelectricity projects in Nepal and other infrastructure projects in Nepal.[2] Following Jana Andolan, that marked the beginning of constitutional democracy in 1990, Modi became the first foreign leader to address the Parliament of Nepal.[3][4] The Western media read it as a shift in foreign affairs for India,[5] as well as a Nepal policy shift.[6] He did puja at the fifth century Pashupatinath temple (where he donated Rs. 25 crores and the high priest, Ganesh Bhatta, said: "I told him that we see him as a mascot for Hinduism, and appreciate his efforts in saving Hindu culture").[7] Further he pledged not to interfere in Nepal's internal affairs (following controversy of appointment of Indian priests at a Nepali temple[8]), Modi announced a credit assistance programme of US$1 billion to Nepal and said "Nepal can free India of its darkness with its electricity. But [sic] we don't want free electricity, we want to buy it. Just by selling electricity to India, Nepal can find a place in the developed countries of the world." He also told Nepali MPs he wanted to turn India's "hostile borders benign and ultimately gateways for free trade and commerce...borders must be bridges not barriers." The Kathmandu Post reacted in writing: "Modi mantra warms Nepal's hearts."[5] The New York Times also suggested the lack of a meeting with former King Gyanendra signified that India would not support a return to monarchy[6] despite the lack of a new constitution of Nepal. The commonality of a majority Hindu heritage was also played up.[7]
 Japan Kyoto, Tokyo 30 August–3 September State visit
Modi visited Japan on a five-day official trip from 30 August to 3 September, which is labelled as his first bilateral state visit outside the subcontinent. His 2014 visit further strengthened the ties between the two countries, and resulted in several key agreements, including the elevating of the already established strategic partnership to the "Special Strategic Global Partnership". During his visit, official negotiations on the sale of US 2 amphibious aircraft for the Indian Navy and the long pending civil nuclear agreements have both progressed.[9][10]


 United Nations

 United States

New York City, Washington 26–30 September General debate of the United Nations General Assembly
& State Visit
Modi delivered his maiden speech in the sixty-ninth session of the United Nations General Assembly on 27 September 2014, in which he called for the reform and expansion of the United Nations Security Council, most notably bringing attention to India's long standing demand of a permanent membership. He expressed his concerns over the relevance of a 20th century setup in the 21st century, and stressed the need to evaluate the UN's performance in the past 70 years. He also questioned why the UN should serve as the G-All for global governance, instead of several parallel sub-groupings like the G7 or G20. In the wake of the ISIS threat in West Asia and other similar threats in other parts of the world, Modi urged for the immediate implementation of the 'Comprehensive on International Terrorism' by the UN and offered India's pro-active role in it, citing India as a victim of terrorism for decades. Prior to his speech, he, along with External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, met with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, to discuss issues relating to UN governance.[15] Modi also ridiculed the possibility of any multilateral intervention on the issue of Kashmir, a demand Nawaz Sharif made in his address at the UNGA on 26 September, stating that the Indian government is ready for 'bilateral talk' with Pakistan provided that Pakistan cultivate a suitable environment for talks by giving up its terrorism policy against India.[16] Modi commented briefly on climate change and the use of clean energy. In this regard, he also asked world leaders and UN officials to recognise and observe Yoga Day, in order to emphasise the importance of incorporating Yoga into a modern-day lifestyle.[17] Modi also was known for fasting during a White House dinner for the Hindu festival of Navratri.[18]
 Myanmar Naypyidaw 11–13 November East Asia Summit
 Australia Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney 14–18 November G20 Summit
& State visit
 Fiji Suva 19 November State visit
Modi became the first Indian head of government to visit Fiji after 33 years, since Indira Gandhi's visit in 1981.[21] While there, he also attended a 'Forum for India-Pacific Island cooperation' along with leaders from all 14 Pacific islands nations.[22]
   Nepal Kathmandu 25–27 November SAARC Summit
This was Modi's first ever SAARC summit.


Country Areas visited Date(s) Purpose Notes
 Seychelles Victoria 10–11 March State visit
Modi's visit to Seychelles was part of his "Indian Ocean outreach" program.[23][24] While there, he held talks with President James Alexis Michel in order to strengthen maritime ties and enhance bilateral development and cooperation.[25]
 Mauritius Port Louis 11–13 March State visit
Modi was the chief guest at the Mauritian National Day on 12 March.[23][26]
 Sri Lanka Colombo, Jaffna 13–14 March State visit
Modi was scheduled to visit Sri Lanka earlier, in January 2015.[27] He eventually made this visit from 13–15 March 2015, following newly-inaugurated Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena's visit to New Delhi in February. During this trip, Modi also visited the city of Jafna in the Northern Province.[23][28]
 Singapore Singapore 23 March State funeral of Lee Kuan Yew
Prime Minister Modi attended the state-funeral of Lee Kuan Yew, the first Prime Minister of Singapore. There, at the sidelines, he met several world leaders including the Israeli President. It was his first visit to Singapore, and he is expected to visit again during the later part of the year for the golden jubilee celebration of India and Singapore's diplomatic relations.[29]
 France Paris, Toulouse, Neuve-Chapelle 9–12 April State visit
During his visit, Prime Minister Modi encouraged French companies to participate in the Make In India programme in defense, civil nuclear power and food processing.[30][31]
 Germany Berlin, Hannover 12–14 April State visit
Modi had worked out a state visit to Berlin following his first meeting with German chancellor Angela Merkel. Modi had planned to work out a bilateral meeting between India and Germany earlier, in July 2014, while he spent 2 nights there on his onward and return journey to Brazil but this did not take place due to scheduling issues. Modi, most notably, visited Hannover where he pitched his Make in India campaign to various German industries.[30][31]
 Canada Ottawa, Toronto, Vancouver 14–16 April State visit
Modi addressed a huge gathering of overseas Indians in Toronto, similar to his previous Madison Square Garden event.[30]
 China Xi'an, Beijing, Shanghai 14–16 May State visit
Modi made his first visit to the People's Republic of China in May 2015. President Xi Jinping received Modi in Xi'an, his home town (akin to Xi's Ahmedabad trip last September, the home town of Modi), before official talks in Beijing.[32]
 Mongolia Ulaanbaatar 16–17 May State visit
Modi become the first Indian Prime Minister to visit Mongolia. During his visit, he boosted talks on the supplying of Mongolian Uranium to India.[33]
 South Korea Seoul 18–19 May State visit
Modi's visit to South Korea was part of India's East Asia policy and Modi's attempt to promote his Make in India concept to Korean investors.[33]
 Bangladesh Dhaka 6–7 June State visit
Prime Minister Narendra Modi paid a State visit to Bangladesh from 6 – 7 June 2015 at the invitation of H.E. Sheikh Hasina, Prime Minister of Bangladesh. This visit, the Prime Minister’s first to Bangladesh, reflects the importance of the bilateral relationship between India and Bangladesh. During this visit, the Prime Minister discussed the ratification of te India-Bangladesh Land Boundary Agreement - 1974 & Protocol- 2011. The visit is expected to further expand the cordial and cooperative relationship between the two countries and strengthen the ties of friendship and trust between India and Bangladesh.

During the visit, Prime Minister will hold discussions with Prime Minister H.E. Sheikh Hasina. The Prime Minister’s programme will also include a call on the President of Bangladesh H.E. Mr. Md. Abdul Hamid.[34]

 Uzbekistan Tashkent 6 July State visit
 Kazakhstan Astana 7 July State visit
 Russia Ufa 8–10 July BRICS Summit
This was his second BRICS summit after he took office as Prime Minister of India in 2014. This was also a part of his first state visit to Moscow.[36]
 Turkmenistan Ashgabat 10–11 July State visit
PM Modi visited Turkmenistan and other central Asian countries following his visit to Ufa, Russia for the BRICS summit.[37][38]
 Kyrgyzstan Bishkek 12 July State visit
 Tajikistan Dushanbe 12–13 July State visit
 United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi, Dubai 16–17 August State visit
This was the first Prime ministerial visit to the gulf nation 34 years after Indira Gandhi.[41]
 Ireland Dublin 23 September State visit
The agenda was related to trade, commerce and aviation.[42]
 United Nations

 United States

New York City, San Francisco 24–30 September General debate of the United Nations General Assembly and Official visit to Silicon Valley.
This was his second visit to the United States as prime minister and third bilateral summit with Obama.[43]
 United Kingdom London, Chequers 12–14 November State visit
 Turkey Antalya 15–16 November G-20 Summit
 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur 21–22 November ASEAN–India Summit & East Asia Summit
This was the Prime Minister's second visit to the East Asia Summit and the related ASEAN–India summit.[45]
 Singapore Singapore 23–25 November State visit
Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong invited Modi to visit Singapore in 2015 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of India and Singapore's bilateral ties[46]
 United Nations


Paris 30 November–1 December 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference COP21
Prime Minister Modi participated in the Leaders Event of the COP21 conference to set out India's Strategy to contain global warming.[47]
 Russia Moscow 23–24 December State visit
 Afghanistan Kabul 25 December State visit
 Pakistan Lahore 25 December Working visit
Informal meeting with Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif at Lahore on his way back from Kabul to Delhi.


Country Areas visited Date(s) Purpose(s) Notes
 Belgium Brussels 30 March First India–European Union (EU) Summit & State visit
 United States Washington 31 March–1 April Nuclear Security Summit
 Saudi Arabia Riyadh 2–3 April State visit
The agenda of this visit was energy, security, trade and well-being of Indian workers[49][48] Modi is first Indian conferred Order of King Abdulaziz, Saudi Arabia’s highest honour for non-Muslim dignitaries.[50]
 Iran Tehran 22–23 May State visit
Connectivity and infrastructure, energy partnership with Iran, and bilateral trade.[51]
 Afghanistan Herat 4 June Working visit
Narendra Modi inaugurated the Afghan–India Friendship Dam on the river Hari in Chist-e-Sharif in Herat province. During his visit he was also conferred with Afghanistan's highest civilian award Amir Amanullah Khan Award.[52]
 Qatar Doha 4–5 June State visit
Held talks with Emir of Qatar Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani on bilateral issues including to boost economic ties and in the hydrocarbon sector.[53]
  Switzerland Geneva 6 June State visit
Held discussions on black money issue and NSG membership.[54]
 United States Washington 6–8 June State visit
Held progress review meeting with President Barack Obama on defence, security and energy, and also addressed a joint session of United States Congress.[55]
 Mexico Mexico City 9 June Working visit
Held discussions regarding Nuclear Suppliers Group membership.[56]
 Uzbekistan Tashkent 23–24 June SCO Summit
 Mozambique Maputo 7 July State visit
To increase cooperation and boost cultural linkages. Meet President Filipe Nyusi.[57]
 South Africa Pretoria, Durban, Johannesburg, Pietermaritzburg 8–9 July State visit
Agenda was to boost economic ties with South Africa.[58]
 Tanzania Dodoma 10 July State visit
Agenda was to Improve India-Tanzania relations and held talks with President John Magufuli.[59]
 Kenya Nairobi 11 July State visit
Bilateral cooperation, better trade, commercial and cultural exchanges between India and Kenya.[60]
 Vietnam Hanoi 2–3 September State visit
 China Hangzhou 4–5 September G-20 Summit
 Laos Vientiane 7–8 September East Asia Summit
 Thailand Bangkok 10 November Working visit
Pays homage to the Late King, His Majesty Bhumibol Adulyadej at Grand Palace, Bangkok
 Japan Tokyo 11–12 November State visit
The Indo-Japan annual summit is alternatively held in Delhi and Tokyo. Tokyo is expected to host Modi in 2016.[61]


Country Areas visited Date(s) Purpose(s) Notes
 Sri Lanka Colombo, Kandy 11–12 May International Day of Vesak [62]
Visits Tamil communities in Sri Lanka.[63]
 Germany Meseberg, Berlin 29–30 May State visit [64][65]
 Spain Madrid 30–31 May State visit [64][65]
India, Spain Ink 7 Agreements in cyber security, cooperation in renewable energy, cooperation in organ transplantation, technical cooperation in civil aviation, transfer of sentenced persons and waiving of visas for diplomatic passport holders.[66]
 Russia Saint Petersburg 31 May–2 June 18th India-Russia Annual Summit [64][67][65]
Also attended St. Petersburg International Economic Forum as a guest.
 France Paris 2–3 June State visit [64][65]
 Kazakhstan Astana 8–9 June SCO Summit [67]
 Portugal Lisbon 24 June State visit [68]
11 agreements signed included cooperation in outer space, double taxation avoidance, nano technology, improving cultural ties, youth and sports, higher education, scientific research, and setting up of an India-Portugal Business Hub and an Indian Chamber of Commerce.[69]
 United States Washington 25–26 June State visit [70]
To discuss Terrorism and H-1B visas issues. First Bilateral Meet of Narendra Modi and Donald Trump.
 Netherlands Amsterdam 27 June State visit [70]
3 MoUs signed in fields of Cultural, Water Cooperation and Social Security.[71]
 Israel Jerusalem, Haifa, Tel Aviv 4–6 July State visit [72]
7 MoUs signed: Industrial Research and Development and Technological Innovation Fund, Water Conservation, State Water Utility Reform, 3-year work program in Agriculture 2018–20, cooperation regarding atomic clocks, GEO-LEO optical link, Electric Propulsion for Small Satellites.[73]
 Germany Hamburg 7–8 July G-20 Summit [74]
 China Xiamen 3–5 September 9th BRICS summit
 Myanmar Naypyidaw 6–7 September State visit
 Philippines Pasay 12–14 November 12th East Asia Summit [75]


Country Areas visited Date(s) Purpose(s) Notes
  Switzerland Davos 23–26 January World Economic Forum [76]
 Jordan Amman 9 February Transit [77][78]
First visit by an Indian Prime Minister in 30 years. Meeting with Prime Minister Hani Al-Mulki and King Abdullah II of Jordan, discussions for India-Jordan bilateral relations.[79]
 Palestine Ramallah 10 February State visit [77]
First visit by an Indian Prime Minister. Signed six agreements worth around USD 50 million that includes setting up of a USD 30 million super speciality hospital in Beit Sahur. Construction of a centre for empowering women. During his visit he was conferred the highest civilian award of the Palestine, Grand Collar of the State of Palestine[80]
 United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi, Dubai 10–11 February State visit [81]
Awarding a consortium of Indian oil companies a 10% stake in offshore oil concession; administration of contractual employment of Indian workers in the Gulf country; technical cooperation in railways, joint research and technology transfer; cooperation in the field of finance, an MoU between Bombay Stock Exchange and Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange; multi-modal logistics park and hub in Jammu comprising warehouses and specialised storage solutions.[82]
 Oman Muscat 11–12 February State visit [83]
Meets Sultan Qaboos; signed eight agreements, including an MoU on legal and judicial cooperation in civil and commercial matters; signed annexutre to the MoU on military cooperation; academic and scholarly cooperation between National Defence College, Sultanate of Oman and the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses; cooperation between Foreign Service Institute, Ministry of External Affairs, India and Oman's Diplomatic Institute; cooperation in the field of health, tourism and peaceful uses of outer space; legal and judicial cooperation in civil and commercial matters;[84]
 Sweden Stockholm 16–18 April State visit
 United Kingdom London 18–20 April Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting[85]
 Germany Berlin 20 April Working Visit
 China Wuhan 27–28 April Informal Summit
   Nepal Janakpur, Kathmandu 11–12 May Working visit [86]
 Russia Sochi 21 May Informal summit [87]
 Indonesia Jakarta 29 May State Visit
India and Indonesia Sign 15 MOUs in fields of defence, railways, health etc.[88]
 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur 31 May Working Visit
Discussions with Malaysian PM Mahathir Mohamad on defence, maritime security and strategic access to ports.[89]
 Singapore Singapore 31 May–2 June State Visit
Met with Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on agreements concerning peace and security in the Indo-Pacitic region, naval cooperation, among others topics.[90]
 China Qingdao 9–10 June 2018 SCO summit
 Rwanda Kigali, Rweru model village 23–24 July State Visit [91]
 Uganda Entebbe, Kampala 24 July State Visit [92]
 South Africa Johannesburg 25–27 July 10th BRICS summit
   Nepal Kathmandu 30–31 August 4th BIMSTEC summit
 Japan Tokyo 28–29 October Official visit [93]
 Singapore Singapore 14–15 November 13th East Asia summit
 Maldives Malé 17 November Oath ceremony of Ibrahim Mohamed Solih
 Argentina Buenos Aires 29 November–1 December G-20 summit


Country Areas visited Date(s) Purpose(s) Notes
 South Korea Seoul 21–22 February State visit
 Maldives Malé 8 June State visit
 Sri Lanka Colombo 9 June State visit [94]
 Kyrgyzstan Bishkek 14–15 June 2019 SCO summit
 Japan Osaka 27–29 June 2019 G20 Osaka summit
 Bhutan Thimphu 17–18 August State visit
 France Paris 22–23 August Official visit
 United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi 23–24 August State visit
During his visit, the prime minister met Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and received the Order of Zayed, the highest civilian award of the UAE.
 Bahrain Manama, Riffa 24–25 August State visit
First ever visit by an Indian prime minister to the Kingdom. During his visit, He held talks with Sheikh Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, Prime Minister of Bahrain and received the King Hamad Order of the Renaissance, the third highest civilian decoration of Bahrain.
 France Biarritz 25–26 August Attended the 45th G7 summit
 Russia Vladivostok 4–5 September Official visit
Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited shipyard in Russia and also participated in bilateral talks with Russia.
 United Nations

 United States

New York, Houston, Chicago 20–27 September General debate of the United Nations General Assembly and to attend the Howdy Modi event in Houston
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed an event in Houston with Indian Americans along US President Donald Trump and took part in bilateral and multilateral talks with the heads of government of Pacific island nations. In another event at New York he was presented the Global Goalkeeper Award by Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
 Saudi Arabia Riyadh 29 October State Visit
 Thailand Bangkok 2–4 November 35th ASEAN Summit and 14th East Asia summit
 Brazil Brasília 13–14 November 11th BRICS summit


Country Areas visited Date(s) Purpose(s) Notes
 Bangladesh Dhaka, Ishwaripur 26–27 March State visit

Scheduled future visits[edit]

No upcoming foreign visits by Prime Minister Narendra Modi due to COVID-19 pandemic.

Multilateral meetings[edit]

Group Year
2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024
BIMSTEC 4 March,
Myanmar Naypyidaw
30–31 August,
Nepal Kathmandu
TBD, Sri Lanka Colombo
BRICS 14–16 July,
Brazil Fortaleza
8–9 July,
Russia Ufa
15–16 October,[c]
India Benaulim
3–5 September,
China Xiamen
25–27 July,
South Africa Johannesburg
13–14 November,
Brazil Brasília
17 November,[e]
Russia Saint Petersburg
India India
China China
South Africa South Africa
Brazil Brazil
CHOGM 27–29 November,[b]
Malta Valletta
18–20 April,
United Kingdom London
Rwanda Kigali
Samoa Apia
11–14 November,
Myanmar Naypyidaw
21–22 November,
Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
6–8 September,
Laos Vientiane
13–14 November,
Philippines Pasay
14–15 November,
Singapore Singapore
2–4 November,
Thailand Bangkok
11 November,[e]
Vietnam Hanoi
Brunei Bandar Seri Begawan
FIPIC 19 November,
Fiji Suva
21 August,[c]
India Jaipur
G-7 4–5 June,[a]
European Union Brussels
7–8 June,[a]
Germany Schloss Elmau
26–27 May,[a]
Japan Kashiko Island
26–27 May,[a]
Italy Taormina
8–9 June,[a]
Canada La Malbaie
24–26 August,[a]
France Biarritz
10–12 June,[a]
United States Camp David
11–13 June,[a][e]
United Kingdom Carbis Bay
G-20 15–16 November,
Australia Brisbane
15–16 November,
Turkey Antalya
4–5 September,
China Hangzhou
7–8 July,
Germany Hamburg
30 November–1 December,
Argentina Buenos Aires
28–29 June,
Japan Osaka
21–22 November,[e]
Saudi Arabia Riyadh
Italy Bari
Indonesia Labuan Bajo
India New Delhi
IEUS 30 March,
European Union Brussels
15 July,[c][e]
India New Delhi
8 May,[e]
European Union Lisbon
NAM 13–18 September,
Venezuela Porlamar
25–26 October,[d]
Azerbaijan Baku
4 May,[e]
Azerbaijan Baku
NSS 24–25 March,
Netherlands The Hague
31 March–1 April,
United States Washington, D.C.
SAARC 26–27 November,
Nepal Kathmandu
9–10 November,
Pakistan Islamabad
Pakistan Islamabad
Sri Lanka Colombo
SCO 11–12 September,[a][b]
Tajikistan Dushanbe
9–10 July,[a][b]
Russia Ufa
23–24 June,[a]
Uzbekistan Tashkent
8–9 June,
Kazakhstan Astana
7–8 June,
China Qingdao
14–15 June,
Kyrgyzstan Bishkek
10 November,[e]
Russia Saint Petersburg
Tajikistan Dushanbe
Uzbekistan Samarkand
UNFCCC 1–12 December,
Peru Lima
30 November–12 December,
France Paris
7–18 November,
Morocco Marrakech
6–17 November,
Germany Bonn
2–15 December,
Poland Katowice
2–13 December,
Spain Madrid
1–12 November,
United Kingdom Glasgow
UNGA September,
United Nations New York City
United Nations New York City
United Nations New York City
United Nations New York City
United Nations New York City
United Nations New York City
United Nations New York City
United Nations New York City
United Nations New York City
United Nations New York City
United Nations New York City
Others IAFS
29–30 October,[c]
India New Delhi
21–22 November,
Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
██ = Did not attend; ██ = Event cancelled; ██ = Virtual event; ██ = Future event; ██ = No event held;
^ India was not a full member. •^ Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj attended in the Prime Minister's place. •^ These summits are hosted by India. •^ Vice President Venkaiah Naidu attended in the Prime Minister's place. •^ These summits were held online due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

See also[edit]

  • Foreign relations of India
  • History of Indian foreign relations
  • Premiership of Narendra Modi


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