New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be on a two-day visit to Singapore to attend series of summits including East Asia Summit and ASEAN. Taking it to the micro-blogging site Twitter, Modi wrote, “I will be visiting Singapore on 14-15 November, to participate in the ASEAN-India and East Asia Summits. In addition, I would also participate in the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Leaders’ Meeting.”Also Read - After Parag Agrawal Becomes Twitter CEO, Elon Musk Says 'USA Benefits Greatly From Indian Talent'

In the series of tweets, PM wrote, “On 14Nov, I’ll have the honour to be the first Head of Govt to deliver Keynote Address at Singapore Fintech Festival. It is the right forum not only to showcase India’s strengths in this fast-growing sector but also to forge global partnerships for fostering innovation and growth.” Also Read - We Did It Together Bro: Rachin Ravindra to Ajaz Patel As They Discuss Nerves

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He is scheduled to deliver a keynote address at the Singapore Fintech Summit. The East Asia Summit is a premier forum in the Asia-Pacific region. Since its inception in 2005, it has played a significant role in the strategic, geopolitical and economic evolution of East Asia.

Apart from the 10 ASEAN member-states, East Asia Summit includes India, China, Japan, Republic of Korea, Australia, New Zealand, United States, and Russia.

The annual ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) summit is also taking place in Singapore next week. However, there will be no ASEAN-India summit during the annual congregation of the powerful grouping.

The ASEAN-India summit was held in January this year when leaders from all 10 ASEAN nations visited India to attend the Republic Day celebrations.

(With PTI inputs)