PM Modi reaches Seoul, Positive response likely

Seoul, May 18: Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Seoul today on the final log of his three-nation tour. He paid tribute to martyrs at Seoul National Cemetery.

Trade and other sectors will be on top focus during talks with South Korean leadership.

Several agreements are expected to be signed during his visit. India and South Korean may ink on Double Taxation Avoidance Convention, trade cooperation in shipping and logistics, transport, NHs, energy and so on.

Modi will meet President Park Geun-hye and hold meeting with him on various issues.

Yesterday, Modi addressed Mongolian Parliament during his visit to that country after three-day visit to China.

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