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Modi holds bilateral meetings with 41 visiting African leaders

New Delhi, Oct 31 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi called for India and Egypt to work together on reforms to UN Security Council as cooperation in counter-terrorism, agriculture, oil and energy figured in many of his bilateral meetings. The meeting was held with 41 visiting African leaders, who had come to take part in the India-Africa Forum Summit (IAFS).

Briefing about Modi's meetings on Thursday with 10 African leaders including Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, external affairs ministry spokesperson Vikas Swarup said that the Egyptian president had agreed as a goodwill gesture to release two Indian prisoners who had been in jail in Egypt for 16 and 22 years, and they will be extradited to India.

2015-10-31 09:46:22 by Nithiya

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