New Delhi, February 5: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will undertaken his first historical visit to Palestine in the second week of February. “He will visit Ramallah on February 10,” said the Ministry of External Affairs on Monday. Also Read - PM Modi Hails Passage of Farm Bills in Parliament, Calls it 'Watershed Moment in History of Indian Agriculture'
The Prime Minister will visit UAE and Oman from February 10 to 12. “From Palestine, the Prime Minister will reach UAE late in the evening of February 10 on the invitation of UAE President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan,” the Ministry of External Affairs said. Also Read - PM Modi Likely to Hold COVID-19 Review Meeting With Chief Ministers of 7 Worst-hit States Next Week
Modi’s visit to Palestine comes less than a month after Israeli prime minister Benjami Netanyahu’s India trip. The two leaders had discussed the Palestine issue. Also Read - Politics Heats up Over Farm Bills 2020, PM Modi Says Opposition Misleading Farmers; Cong Calls it 'Blatant Attack' on Federal Structure
In Oman, the two sides are expected to focus on boosting trade ties.