New Delhi, Aug. 18: Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in New Delhi on early morning of Tuesday after a two-day official visit to the United Arab Emirates. Narendra Modi after addressing Indian diaspora at Dubai Cricket Stadium left for home by the special Air India plane.

Narendra Modi arrived in the UAE on Sunday in the first prime ministerial visit in over three decades, with boosting trade and investment on top of his agenda. After a ceremonial welcom, Modi straight went to the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, the biggest mosque in Abu Dhabi. He spent some time there and also took a selfie with Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan and Anwar Gargash at the mosque. He wrote in the visitor’s book, saying: “I am confident that it will be a symbol of peace, piety, harmony and inclusiveness that are inherent to the faith of Islam.” (ALSO READ: Narendra Modi announces welfare fund, e-migrant portal for expats)

On the last day of his visit, Prime Minister wooed the Indian diaspora, saying that he saw a mini India in Dubai where all Indians living in the gulf nation are connected to each and every corner of India. (With agency inputs)