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Union Ministers asked to reach out every not-visited nations

The NDA government in Centre has taken up a massive program to visit 68 countries in the world, which weren’t visited by Ministers of Modi government yet. The government claims to improve bilateral ties with countries in the drive of foreign visits.

As per media reports, the Ministry of External Affairs have sent letters to its Ministers asking to ensure that they visit every country by the end of 2016.

The schedule for some ministers has been released where Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh will travel to Hungary, Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad to visit Estonia and Latvia, etc.

The Indian ambassadors in the respective countries have been asked to arrange interaction with the political leaders and government in the countries.

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