Washington : After concluding his visit to the United States, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday left for Netherlands, the final leg of his three-nation tour.
"Wrapping up a historic visit, setting a new milestone in India-US relationship. The Prime Minister departs for Netherlands, last leg of his three nation tour," Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Gopal Baglay tweeted.
In the US, Modi held talks with President Donald Trump during which the two leaders vowed to strengthen co-operation on terror. India and the US also urged Pakistan to ensure that its territory is not used to launch cross-border terror strikes.
In Netherlands, Modi will have an official meeting with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, with whom he will have a discussion on global issues including counter-terrorism and climate change.
He will meet with CEOs of Dutch companies and "will encourage them to join the Indian growth story". "I will also call on King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands and meet Queen Maxima," he had said in a Facebook post before leaving on his three-nation trip.
Modi will also address the Indian diaspora in the country.