PM of Singapore Lee Hsien Loong arrived in Delhi on Monday evening on a five day visit aimed at deepening bilateral ties in a range of areas including trade and investment.
The Singaporean Prime Minister is accompanied by his wife Ho Ching, a number of key Ministers and senior officials.
During the visit, he will be hosted for lunch by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the two leaders will hold bilateral talks to explore ways to bolster ties between the two countries.
Both leaders will Tuesday witness the exchange of an MOU on cooperation in industrial property between the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion, and Singapore’s Intellectual Property Office.
Besides that, two more MOUs will be exchanged on cooperation on establishment of a North East Skills Centre in Assam between the Assam Government and the Institute of Technical Education Education Services, and cooperation in skills development between the National Skill Development Corporation and Singapore’s Institute of Technical Education Education Services.
Lee will also call on President Pranab Mukherjee and attend a reception for Singaporeans based in India.