Vietnam President Tran Dai Quang, on his three-day tour in India, arrives in Delhi
Vietnam President Tran Dai Quang, on hud three-day visit to India, commenced his trip by visiting Bodh Gaya in Bihar, a revered Buddhist sacred sites in the world. This trip comes under the time when Quants wants to strengthen their partnership with India in order to ward off China’s growing influence and will hold talks with his Indian counterpart Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He is expected to interact with prominent Indian businessmen with his 18 member legislation. On a related note, Prime Minister Modi had visited Vietnam in 2016, a year before the two countries celebrated 45 years of honoring diplomatic ties. During this visit, the two countries had signed 12 agreements in a wide range and India had also extended a USD 500 million Line of Credit to Vietnam for facilitating deeper defence cooperation between the two sides.