PM Modi comes back to New Delhi after 8-day Three-Nation Tour

New Delhi, April 18: After a successful 8-day trip in three nations, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is back to home. He was welcomed by senior party leaders at the technical Air Force base in Palam.

During his tour in France, Germany and Canada, Modi signed a number of key agreements including to have 36 Rafale fighter jets from France and supply of uranium from Canada. The trip was significant for the nation to strengthen the ties between with the Europe and Canada.

Before heading to New Delhi, Modi took to twitter and did not forget to thank everyone for warm reception by the delegation in Canada, the final leg of his visit. "A special thanks to @pmharper - a fine host, a wonderful human being and a very dear friend," he tweeted before his departure from Vancouver on Friday. "I leave Canada with immense satisfaction. This visit will further enhance India-Canada ties. A big thanks to the people of Canada, further he tweeted.

During his visit to three nations, Modi pitched for the Make in India project. He invited them to invest in India, the fastest growing economy in the world.

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