PM Modi terms Myanmar visit as 'very satisfying'

PM Modi terms Myanmar visit as 'very satisfying'

By: || Updated: 13 Nov 2014 04:50 PM
Nay Pyi Taw: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday termed his three-day visit to Myanmar as 'very satisfying', thanking the government of that nation for its warm hospitality.



Taking to Twitter to express his satisfaction with his visit, the Prime Minister also shared his photographs of the trip.


"Thank you Myanmar for the warm hospitality! Sharing pictures of a very satisfying visit," he tweeted.


Prime Minister Modi also tweeted about the reception given to him by the Indian community in Myanmar .


"Attended the Indian community reception. The phenomenal enthusiasm of the Indian community here made me very glad," he wrote.


Earlier in the day, Prime Minister Modi participated in the East Asia Summit here. He also had successful meetings with the Indonesian and Philippines President, the Chinese Premier and the Russian Prime Minister.


He is scheduled to leave for Australia later in the day, where he will be attending the G-20 Summit on Friday.

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