PM Narendra Modi's Africa visit: From tackling terrorism to 'Make in India' - Here are key takeaways

PM Narendra Modi is currently on the last leg of his four-nation tour of Africa.

Updated: Jul 11, 2016, 12:35 PM IST
PM Narendra Modi's Africa visit: From tackling terrorism to 'Make in India' - Here are key takeaways

New Delhi: PM Narendra Modi is currently on the last leg of his four-nation tour of Africa.

Noteworthy, this is PM Modi’s first visit to the African mainland.

Here are some of the key takeaways from the PM's Africa tour:- 

Tackling the terror menace

'How to curb terrorism' was one of the key focuses of PM Modi’s visit to Africa.

Africa has seen several terror-related problems due to threat from the Sunni Islamic State.

PM Modi's ambitious 'Make in India' project

PM Modi during his visit to Africa met several top defence businesses to set up a manufacturing base in India.

This move by the PM could boost businesses in India and South Africa for export to other countries.

Pact for food security

The trip was quite an important one in terms of food security.

India signed an agreement for the import of pulses from Mozambique.

According to experts, the pact will help India tide over shortage of pulses in the country that has led to a spurt in prices. 

Boost to Indo-Africa ties

Throughout the visit, PM Modi emphasised the deep connection and shared experience of struggle against colonial powers by India and Africa. 

The PM also chalked out plans for future cooperation.