List of international prime ministerial trips made by Narendra Modi
Summary of international tripsEdit
As of May 2021, Narendra Modi has made 109 foreign trips, visiting 60 countries including the visits to USA to attend the UN General Assembly, to Asian countries, following his neighbourhood first and act east policies.
as of May 2021:
|Number of visits||Country|
|1 visit (34)||Argentina, Australia, Bahrain, Belgium, Canada, Fiji, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Jordan, Kenya, Laos, Mauritius, Mexico, Mongolia, Mozambique, Netherlands, Oman, Pakistan, Palestine, Philippines, Portugal, Qatar, Rwanda, Seychelles, Spain, Sweden, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Uganda, Vietnam|
|2 visits (16)||Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brazil, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Malaysia, Maldives, Myanmar, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Switzerland, Thailand, United Kingdom, Uzbekistan|
|3 visits (2)||Sri Lanka, United Arab Emirates|
|4 visits (4)||Germany, Japan, Nepal, Singapore|
|5 visits (3)||China, France, Russia|
|6 visits (1)||United States|
|Bhutan||Paro, Thimpu||15–16 June||State visit||
|Brazil||Fortaleza, Brasilia||13–16 July||BRICS Summit & State visit||
|Nepal||Kathmandu||3–4 August||State visit||
|Japan||Kyoto, Tokyo||30 August–3 September||State visit||
|United Nations||New York City, Washington||26–30 September||General debate of the United Nations General Assembly
& State Visit
|Myanmar||Naypyidaw||11–13 November||East Asia Summit||
|Australia||Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney||14–18 November||G20 Summit
& State visit
|Fiji||Suva||19 November||State visit||
|Nepal||Kathmandu||25–27 November||SAARC Summit||
|Seychelles||Victoria||10–11 March||State visit||
|Mauritius||Port Louis||11–13 March||State visit||
|Sri Lanka||Colombo, Jaffna||13–14 March||State visit||
|Singapore||Singapore||23 March||State funeral of Lee Kuan Yew||
|France||Paris, Toulouse, Neuve-Chapelle||9–12 April||State visit||
|Germany||Berlin, Hannover||12–14 April||State visit||
|Canada||Ottawa, Toronto, Vancouver||14–16 April||State visit||
|China||Xi'an, Beijing, Shanghai||14–16 May||State visit||
|Mongolia||Ulaanbaatar||16–17 May||State visit||
|South Korea||Seoul||18–19 May||State visit||
|Bangladesh||Dhaka||6–7 June||State visit||
|Uzbekistan||Tashkent||6 July||State visit||
|Kazakhstan||Astana||7 July||State visit||
|Russia||Ufa||8–10 July||BRICS Summit||
|Turkmenistan||Ashgabat||10–11 July||State visit||
|Kyrgyzstan||Bishkek||12 July||State visit||
|Tajikistan||Dushanbe||12–13 July||State visit||
|United Arab Emirates||Abu Dhabi, Dubai||16–17 August||State visit||
|Ireland||Dublin||23 September||State visit||
|United Nations||New York City, San Francisco||24–30 September||General debate of the United Nations General Assembly and Official visit to Silicon Valley.||
|United Kingdom||London, Chequers||12–14 November||State visit||
|Turkey||Antalya||15–16 November||G-20 Summit||
|Malaysia||Kuala Lumpur||21–22 November||ASEAN–India Summit & East Asia Summit||
|Singapore||Singapore||23–25 November||State visit||
|United Nations||Paris||30 November–1 December||2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference COP21||
|Russia||Moscow||23–24 December||State visit||
|Afghanistan||Kabul||25 December||State visit||
|Pakistan||Lahore||25 December||Working visit||
|Belgium||Brussels||30 March||First India–European Union (EU) Summit & State visit||
|United States||Washington||31 March–1 April||Nuclear Security Summit||
|Saudi Arabia||Riyadh||2–3 April||State visit||
|Iran||Tehran||22–23 May||State visit||
|Afghanistan||Herat||4 June||Working visit||
|Qatar||Doha||4–5 June||State visit||
|Switzerland||Geneva||6 June||State visit||
|United States||Washington||6–8 June||State visit||
|Mexico||Mexico City||9 June||Working visit||
|Uzbekistan||Tashkent||23–24 June||SCO Summit||
|Mozambique||Maputo||7 July||State visit||
|South Africa||Pretoria, Durban, Johannesburg, Pietermaritzburg||8–9 July||State visit||
|Tanzania||Dodoma||10 July||State visit||
|Kenya||Nairobi||11 July||State visit||
|Vietnam||Hanoi||2–3 September||State visit||
|China||Hangzhou||4–5 September||G-20 Summit||
|Laos||Vientiane||7–8 September||East Asia Summit||
|Thailand||Bangkok||10 November||Working visit||
|Japan||Tokyo||11–12 November||State visit||
|Sri Lanka||Colombo, Kandy||11–12 May||International Day of Vesak|||
|Germany||Meseberg, Berlin||29–30 May||State visit|||
|Spain||Madrid||30–31 May||State visit|||
|Russia||Saint Petersburg||31 May–2 June||18th India-Russia Annual Summit|||
|France||Paris||2–3 June||State visit|||
|Kazakhstan||Astana||8–9 June||SCO Summit|||
|Portugal||Lisbon||24 June||State visit|||
|United States||Washington||25–26 June||State visit|||
|Netherlands||Amsterdam||27 June||State visit|||
|Israel||Jerusalem, Haifa, Tel Aviv||4–6 July||State visit|||
|Germany||Hamburg||7–8 July||G-20 Summit|||
|China||Xiamen||3–5 September||9th BRICS summit|
|Myanmar||Naypyidaw||6–7 September||State visit|
|Philippines||Pasay||12–14 November||12th East Asia Summit|||
|Switzerland||Davos||23–26 January||World Economic Forum|||
|Palestine||Ramallah||10 February||State visit|||
|United Arab Emirates||Abu Dhabi, Dubai||10–11 February||State visit|||
|Oman||Muscat||11–12 February||State visit|||
|Sweden||Stockholm||16–18 April||State visit|
|United Kingdom||London||18–20 April||Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting |
|Germany||Berlin||20 April||Working Visit|
|China||Wuhan||27–28 April||Informal Summit|
|Nepal||Janakpur, Kathmandu||11–12 May||Working visit|||
|Russia||Sochi||21 May||Informal summit|||
|Indonesia||Jakarta||29 May||State Visit||
|Malaysia||Kuala Lumpur||31 May||Working Visit||
|Singapore||Singapore||31 May–2 June||State Visit||
|China||Qingdao||9–10 June||2018 SCO summit|
|Rwanda||Kigali, Rweru model village||23–24 July||State Visit|||
|Uganda||Entebbe, Kampala||24 July||State Visit|||
|South Africa||Johannesburg||25–27 July||10th BRICS summit|
|Nepal||Kathmandu||30–31 August||4th BIMSTEC summit|
|Japan||Tokyo||28–29 October||Official visit|||
|Singapore||Singapore||14–15 November||13th East Asia summit|
|Maldives||Malé||17 November||Oath ceremony of Ibrahim Mohamed Solih|
|Argentina||Buenos Aires||29 November–1 December||G-20 summit|
|South Korea||Seoul||21–22 February||State visit|
|Maldives||Malé||8 June||State visit|
|Sri Lanka||Colombo||9 June||State visit|||
|Kyrgyzstan||Bishkek||14–15 June||2019 SCO summit|
|Japan||Osaka||27–29 June||2019 G20 Osaka summit|
|Bhutan||Thimphu||17–18 August||State visit|
|France||Paris||22–23 August||Official visit|
|United Arab Emirates||Abu Dhabi||23–24 August||State visit||
|Bahrain||Manama, Riffa||24–25 August||State visit||
|France||Biarritz||25–26 August||Attended the 45th G7 summit|
|Russia||Vladivostok||4–5 September||Official visit||
|United Nations||New York, Houston, Chicago||20–27 September||General debate of the United Nations General Assembly and to attend the Howdy Modi event in Houston||
|Saudi Arabia||Riyadh||29 October||State Visit|
|Thailand||Bangkok||2–4 November||35th ASEAN Summit and 14th East Asia summit|
|Brazil||Brasília||13–14 November||11th BRICS summit|
|Bangladesh||Dhaka||26–27 March||State visit|
Scheduled future visitsEdit
Potential upcoming foreign visits for Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
|Country||Areas to be visited||Date(s)||Purpose(s)||Notes|
|European Union||Portugal||8 May 2021||PM Modi will attend India–EU Summit.|
|France||France||May 2021||State visit|||
|United Kingdom||Carbis Bay||11–13 June 2021||PM Modi will attend 47th G7 summit.|
|Rwanda||Kigali||week of 21 June 2021||2021 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting|
|Japan||Tokyo||22–23 July 2021||PM Modi will attend 2021 Summer Olympics opening ceremony.|
|Denmark||Denmark||December 2021||PM Modi will attend 2nd India–Nordic Summit.|
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- "PM Narendra Modi, world leaders bid farewell to founding father Lee Kuan Yew in elaborate funeral". New Delhi: The Indian Express. Press Trust of India. 29 March 2015. Retrieved 29 March 2015.
- "Modi rejigs Europe, Canada itinerary to put Paris first". Hindustan Times. 4 March 2015. Retrieved 4 March 2015.
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- "Narendra Modi to visit China in May: Sushma Swaraj". The Economic Times. 1 February 2015. Retrieved 1 February 2015.
- "In boost to East Asia policy, Modi to tour China, Mongolia, S Korea". Hindustan Times. 28 March 2015. Retrieved 16 April 2015.
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- "India, Portugal sign 11 pacts". The Economic Times.
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- "Abbas seeks India's role in peace process as PM Modi visits Palestine". The Economic Times. 10 February 2018.
- "Ahead of Modi's visit in Feb, UAE announces consular expansion".
- "India, UAE sign five agreements". The Hindu. 10 February 2018.
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- "PM Modi To Visit Russia Next Week For Informal Summit With Vladimir Putin". NDTV.com. Retrieved 14 May 2018.
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- "PM Narendra Modi to gift 200 local cows to Rwanda President". The Indian Express. 21 July 2018.
- "Modi to leave for Rwanda, Uganda before attending BRICS summit in South Africa". India Today. Retrieved 23 July 2018.
- "Modi to visit Tokyo for India-Japan summit". Deccan Herald. 12 October 2018. Retrieved 13 October 2018.
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