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The President, Shri Ram Nath Kovind departing for State Visit to Croatia, Bolivia and Chile from Air Force Station at Palam, in New Delhi on March 25, 2019.

President Ram Nath Kovind leaves on three-nation visit

Newdelhi:25/3/19:President Ram Nath Kovind has left on a three-nation visit to Croatia, Bolivia and Chile. In the first leg of his visit, Mr Kovind will reach Zagreb, the capital of Croatia this evening. Secretary (East) in the External Affairs Ministry Vijay Thakur Singh said, Mr Kovind will meet his Croatian counterpart and Prime Minister of Croatia and discuss the issues of mutual interest. She said, there is a scope for further investment in diverse sectors in Croatia. It will be Mr Kovind’s first visit to Croatia.

The Secretary said, in Bolivia, the President will hold restricted and delegation level talks with his counterpart. He will participate in India-Bolivia business forum meeting and interact with students.  India’s bilateral relations with Bolivia are warm and age-old. Trade relations between the two sides have improved. India has also been providing capacity building support to that country.


On the last leg of his visit, Mr Kovind will reach Chile on
30th. He will hold talks with Chile Counterpart and discuss issues of mutual interest. Improving Trade and Economic relations will be on the agenda. Mr Kovind will also interact with the Indian community.

Ms. Singh said, President’s visit to these three countries will further strengthen India’s bilateral relations with them.

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