New Delhi, Mar. 8 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who would be visiting Seychelles, Mauritius and Sri Lanka this week, on Sunday said that he is looking forward to enhancing India's ties with these friendly nations.
"This week I would be travelling to Seychelles, Mauritius and Sri Lanka. Am looking forward to enhancing our ties with these friendly Nations," he tweeted.
Prime Minister Modi said India's ties with Seychelles are special.
"Am sure my visit will be a productive one and will benefit both our Nations," he added.
Prime Minister Modi said that he would be in Mauritius March 11 and 12.
"Am happy to be with the people of Mauritius as they celebrate their National Day on 12th," Prime Minister Modi tweeted.
"In Mauritius I will address their National Assembly and join the programme to mark the commissioning of the Barracuda," he added.
Prime Minister Modi expressed confidence that his visit to Sri Lanka will make the relations between New Delhi and Colombo even stronger in the years to come.
"I embark on my visit to Sri Lanka with joy and the confidence that the visit will make India-SL relations even stronger in the years to come," Prime Minister Modi tweeted.
"Apart from addressing the SL Parliament, I will visit Maha Bodhi Society and will visit Jaffna," he added.