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Jun 12, 2019
1:04PM

PM Modi’s two-day visit for SCO Summit at Bishkek to further boost bilateral ties with Kyrgyzstan

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s two-day visit to Kyrgyzstan for SCO Summit at Bishkek from tomorrow is expected to further boost the bilateral ties with Kyrgyzstan. Speaking to All India Radio, Indian Ambassador to the Kyrgyz Republic Mr Alok Dimri said that at present both the countries have a bilateral trade of 60 billion dollars.

He said the focus will remain on the sectors like pharmaceuticals, textiles,  manufacturing and machinery among others. He added that both the countries with the democratic form of government will further deepen their ties in trade, commerce and business following the visit of Prime Minister Modi. 

AIR correspondent reports from Bishkek that this will be the second visit of Prime Minister Modi to Kyrgyzstan.


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