Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for Iran on a two-day official visit on the invitation of President Hassan Rouhani. Modi on Sunday said he was looking forward to the conclusion of the trilateral Chabahar agreement, a deal which opens up a route to land-locked Afghanistan with which New Delhi has developed close security and economic ties. Stating that his meeting would provide the opportunity to advance the strategic partnership between the two countries, he propound that enhancing trade, connectivity, energy partnership, investments, people and culture to people contacts is his priority. Modi's visit will focus on infrastructure, connectivity and energy partnership with Tehran and boosting bilateral trade.

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