Statement from "Media Center" of India's Ministry of External Affairs website reads as follows:
On 7th July, in Mozambique, the Prime Minister will have bilateral discussions with President Nyusi to strengthen our bilateral ties and enhance our development cooperation.
From 8th-9th July, in South Africa, the Prime Minister will have meetings with President Jacob Zuma and other senior leaders across the political spectrum to further enhance our historical relations with South Africa. With South Africa we cooperate and work closely, also in multilateral fora like BRICS, IBSA, G-20 and BASIC. The Prime Minister is also expected to visit Johannesburg, Pietermaritzburg and Durban during the visit.
On 10th July, in Tanzania, the Prime Minister will have meetings with President John Pombe Joseph Magufuli to further enhance mutual cooperation and understanding on major issues of common interest.
On 11th July, the Prime Minister will be in Kenya and have bilateral discussions with President Kenyatta. Prime Minister will also address students in the University of Nairobi during the visit.
The visit of the Prime Minister to the African mainland reflects India’s desire to further strengthen and reinvigorate bilateral ties with our African partners which were renewed at the successful IAFS-III in October last year. The visit will provide opportunities to build on close contacts at the highest political level and enhance mutual cooperation and understanding on major issues of common interests.
July 01, 2016