New Delhi, Sep 29: Prime Minister Narendra Modi returned home on Tuesday after a seven-day visit to the US and Ireland. “Returning to Delhi after a visit that has created several successful outcomes & opportunities for India,” the Prime Minister’s Office tweeted.
Modi left on September 23 for a day-long visit to Ireland, in the first prime ministerial visit in nearly 60 years. He was in the US, visiting New York and San Jose. He addressed the United Nations General Assembly to push for UNSC reforms and sought definite action on terrorism.
He addressed the UN Sustainable Development Summit in New York and also held a summit meeting with US President Barack Obama. He also met Heads of various countries, including UK, France, Japan, Brazil, Germany, Mexico, Palestine, Bangladesh etc. Modi hosted the G4 Summit with leaders from Japan, Germany and Brazil and later addressed a summit onUN Peacekeeping Mission too.
Apart from these official visits, Modi visited Facebook and Google HQs and participated in Facebook Townhall Q&A. He addressed the Indian Diaspora of 18,000 people at SAP Center, San Jose.