Here Is How Many Foreign Trips Prime Minister Modi Went On. He has made 56 foreign visits which include the US most favored with 4 trips, and Nepal, China twice.
The BRICS Summit – In a major multilateral visit to Brazil, PM Modi met the heads of some of the most powerful nations. China, Brazil, Russia and South Africa and got many of his ideas mentioned in the Declaration, July 13-16, 2014.
Kathmandu – Reaffirming his focus on the SAARC nations, PM Modi chose Nepal as his destination for his second state visit. In Kathmandu, he addressed the national parliament and offered prayers at the Pashupatinath temple, August 3-4, 2014.
4. The Japanese Bond – India’s ever strong bond with Japan got a fresh boost after PM Modi visited Kyoto and Tokyo in August-September. He met with Japanese Premier Shinzo Abe and visited two ancient Buddhist temples, August 30-September 3, 2014.
East Asia Summit – PM Modi pushed for greater connectivity among nations at the India-ASEAN Summit and also held bilateral talks with President Thein Sein at Nay Pyi Taw, November 11-13, 2014.
Narendra Modi became the first Indian PM to travel to Australia in 28 years. He attended the G-20 Summit, held talks with PM Tony Abbott and even took a selfie with him at the iconic Sydney Cricket Ground, November 14-18, 2014.
The Fiji connection – PM Modi announced a Rs 75 million credit line for Fiji as he made his way to Suva. The two countries also agreed to expand their defense and security cooperation, November 19, 2014.
SAARC Summit – The Prime Minister made his second visit to Kathmandu to attend the SAARC Summit. Raised the issue of terrorism in the presence of his Pakistan counterpart Nawaz Sharif, November 25-27, 2014.
Seychelles – Aiming to give a thrust towards developing strategic assets, PM Narendra Modi visited Victoria in the tiny island country of Seychelles. Inked a pact to develop the infrastructure of Assumption Island, March 10-11, 2015.
Mauritius – New Delhi firmed up plans towards building strategic assets in Agalega in Mauritius after PM Modi’s visit to the island country, March 11-13, 2015.
The Lankan trip – The first Indian PM to visit Sri Lanka after Rajiv Gandhi in 1987. Narendra Modi met newly-elected President Maithripala Sirisena in Colombo and traveled to the Tamil-majority Jaffna province, March 13-14, 2015.
Lee Kuan Yew – PM Modi joined other world leaders to bid goodbye to Singapore’s founding father Lee Kuan Yew. The Prime Minister called Lee one ‘among the tallest leaders of our times’, March 29, 2015.
Paris – France became the first leg of an extensive three-nation tour kickstarted by PM Modi. He signed a deal with France for the supply of 36 Rafale jets in fly-away condition along with a railway protocol to develop a semi-high-speed railway corridor, April 9-12, 2015.
Germany – Continuing his three-nation tour, PM Modi arrived in Berlin and held talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. He also inaugurated the India pavilion at the world-famous Hannover technological fair, April 12-14, 2015.
Canada – which hosts a large Indian diaspora, was the third and final leg of PM Modi’s foreign tour. Canada signed a landmark agreement of long-term supply of Uranium to India, April 14-16, 2015.
China – PM Modi started his visit to China in Xi’an, the hometown of President Xi Jinping. The Prime Minister also visited Beijing and Shanghai. Held extensive meetings with the top Chinese leadership and several business leaders, May 14-16, 2015.
State visit to Mongolia – PM Modi announced a massive $1 billion credit line to Mongolia during his state visit there. Asserted that Mongolia is an integral part of India’s Act East Policy, May 16-17, 2015.
10. South Korea – In the backdrop of PM Modi’s visit to Seoul, India and South Korea inked seven agreements, including on avoidance of double taxation and formalizing consultations between National Security Councils of the two nations, May 18-19, 2015.
His visits to the Indian Ocean archipelago nation of Seychelles in March 2015. To the United Arab Emirates in August 2015 were the first by an Indian Prime Minister in 34 years.
Among other major nations, Modi made bilateral visits to Canada in April 2015 and to Britain in November 2015.