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PM Modi to attend 12th East Asia Summit & 15th ASEAN-India Summit in Manila today

Manila,Nov 14:-- Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend 12th East Asia Summit and 15th ASEAN-India Summit in Manila today.

 

Prime Minister held bilateral talks with his Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbul Tuesday morning.

 

In their brief meeting, both sides exchanged views on issues of mutual interest, including bilateral, regional and international issues.

 

 

 

Both leaders discussed about exploring the significant potential for further cooperation across a broad range of areas.

 

Mr Modi also held talks with Vietnam's Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc. Mr Modi will hold bilateral talks with Prime Ministers of Japan and New Zealand and Sultan of Brunei.

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