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Tuesday, June 07, 2016

Tackling Problem of Indians stashed Black Money in Swiss banks: PM Modi visits Switzerland

By on Tuesday, June 07, 2016

Before start his visit to five nations, the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, has told Switzerland in Europe a chief participant of India.
PM  Narendra Modi will hold aa talk with the Swiss leaderships including President Johann Schneider-Ammann in Switzerland and it is expected that he will ask the help of combing to reach Indians' Black Money stashed in Switzerland, which Mr. Modi had promised during Lok Sabha Election 2014?
According to information the official of both Countries are working to finalise an agreement which will pave the way to share the information in the matter related to tax.
PM Modi can also ask the help for the membership of India in 48  members nuclear supply Group from Switzerland.
 Prime Minister held a discussion on various issues including to prevent on financial transaction of Havala and Terrorism in Qatar with the leadership of gas rich Country in Gulf.
The Foreign Ministry Spokesperson, Vikas Swarup, tweeted before departure of PM Modi to Switzerland, ''Salam Qatar. After good journey, PM left for Geneva under a schedule of 3rd phase."
PM Modi before his departure to Switzerland, ''during the visit for warm welcome by the people of Qatar and Government I pay my gratitude.'' 
He said, ''we have discussed thoroughly and beneficial in my Qatar visit which will begin a new era of friendship between Indo-Qatar. during the 2 day visit of Qatar both Countries have agreed to share the intelligence information and to prevent the financial information and Terrorist activities."
Both the countries have signed 7 agreements and decided to enhance the strategic investment in trade relation. PM addressed here Indian. After the visit in Switzerland PM will visit to USA and Mexico.

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