PM Modi arrived Bhutan, exchanging bilateral MoUs

The Bilateral meeting between two Prime Minister's of the nations was called upon while exchanging MoUs.

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi today met H.E. Tshering Tobgay, Prime Minister of Bhutan in Thimphu where special greetings took place between the two leaders. The visit was enhanced by exchanging agreements between the two.

The two leaders held discussions on various aspects of the multi-faceted bilateral relations and forged an understanding to further enhance cooperation in sectors such as renewable energy, agriculture, youth exchange, environment and forestry, and tourism. India and Bhutan enjoy long-standing and exceptional ties characterized by utmost trust, goodwill, and mutual understanding at all levels.

Read Also : KRDCL, RVNL JV emerges as the Lowest Bidder from Southern Railway

Ahead of the meeting, Prime Minister Modi and the Prime Minister of Bhutan witnessed the exchange of several MoUs/Agreements on energy, trade, digital connectivity, space, agriculture, and youth connection among others.

Read Also : IGX launches ssLNG contracts; To take gas availability beyond national grid