Modi's Indian Ocean tour

March 11, 2015 08:02 pm | Updated November 16, 2021 07:07 pm IST

India’s role as the "net security provider" in the Indian Ocean region will receive a major boost when Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits three India Ocean nations of Seychelles, Mauritius and Sri Lanka from March 10-14. Here's all you need to know about Mr. Modi's tri-nation trip:

Sri Lanka
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Did you Know
Mr. Modi is the first Indian PM and the third Indian leader to visit Jaffna, after Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru.
>Be patient with Sri Lankan govt.: Modi to Tamil leaders India is funding a project to build 50,000 homes for families displaced by the war — in Ilavalai, about 15 km from Jaffna town.
  country’s population.  vessel for Mauritius, will police its 2.3   million sq km of Exclusive Economic Zone.
>Modi commissions India-built Mauritian naval patrol ship>Modi hails Mauritius for enriching Hindi literature>Modi for forming a strong grouping around Indian Ocean
Did You Know
Indo-Mauritians form about 70% of the
>India and Mauritius announce security cooperation pact Barracuda, an India-built naval patrol
  Late PM Indira Gandhi visited the country   in 1981.  from Seychelles, has been voted multiple   times of   having the best beach in the world.
>Modi's media statement>Modi boosts security cooperation>India deepening footprint in Indian Ocean
Did You Know
Modi is the first Prime Minister to visit.
>Modi hopes to counter China influence with SAARC tour Assumption Island, which India leased

Colombo, Sri Lanka Friday

Port Louis, Mauritius Thursday

Mahe, Seychelles Wednesday

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