Indian PM Narendra Modi is likely to tour North America in the month of April 2015. Key details behind the PM’s visit are not declared, but the sources say that his tour destinations include major cities of the Canada and Ottawa.
PM Narendra Modi has recently visited US in the month of September and had a meet with United States President Barack Obama. He has reportedly agreed to visit India for Republic day celebrations as a chief guest. Political spectators of the country anticipates both the nations PM’s to work collectively to move the countries to next better levels.
PM’s tour to North America during federal elections will be a feat to Harper's Conservative Party of Canada MPs, as they have supported the PM during the general elections campaign in India in the year 2014. Few of the sources say that every year tons of Indian citizens flock to Canadian cities such as Ontario, Saskatchewan, Qubec, British Columbia and Alberta.
Few of the representatives of the country also say that Modi is expected to have a meet on BIT (Bilateral Investment Treaties) and on CEPA (Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement).
Canadian MP, Patrick Brown stated that they are eagerly waiting for Modi’s visit to their nation and to have a conference on mutual relationships between both the nations. He further added that both the nations had a fine cooperation in economic, security, agriculture, education, nuclear energy and science and technology engagements.
Every year, India invests around 4 billion dollars in Canada, whose mutual trade is worth 5 billion dollars, says the sources. Both the nation’s political viewers are keen to enhance their bilateral investment and trade relations. In order to have major discussions on labour factor agreements and on promotion of skilled workers, recently Labor and Employment minister of India, Bandaru Dattatreya met Canada Labor and Women minister Kellie Leitch.
Since the PM took charge of the country’s reign, he has met the Canadian ministers only once, thus he is likely to tour Canada to enhance the bilateral relationship in trade and investment by having the meet.