Prime Minister Narendra Modi will leave for a three - nation tour to Belgium, the US and Saudi Arabia tonight. Talking to news persons in Delhi last evening, Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Vikas Swarup along with three Joint Secretaries of MEA said, in the first leg of the tour, the Prime Minister will reach Brussels, the capital of Belgium tomorrow. Nandini Singla, Joint Secretary (Europe West) said, Mr.Modi will take part in a series of activities at Brussels apart from addressing Indian diaspora.
Mr. Modi will also take part in India-EU summit where he will take forward the ongoing consultations with the European Union, EU on finalization of Broad based Trade and Investment Agreement, BTIA. PM Narendra Modi is the first foreign dignitary who will be on the state visit to Belgium just a week after the deadly terror bombings​ which rocked Brussels. The Zaventem airport of Brussels, which bore the brunt of terror strikes, is still closed for flight operations. 
In his second leg of the tour, the Prime Minister will attend the fourth Nuclear Security Summit at Washington D.C. on Thursday and Friday. He will present national progress report outlining the measures being taken by New Delhi for strengthening nuclear security and safety of nuclear technologies and devices. He is also likely to have bilateral meetings with heads of some countries. 
Before wrapping up his trip, the Prime Minister will visit Saudi Arabia where 2.96 million Indians are residing. Mr.Modi will visit office of two Indian companies besides holding talks with Saudi leadership's on trade and investment among other issues. 

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