The foreign tours of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi faced a lot of criticisms, yet there was no way that he could stop doing it. It is said by the foreign ministry that the tours will bring new policies in the diplomacy of India. The foreign policies of the nation might be modified and revised. The tours are said to add and change strategies of the foreign ministry.
TheAfghanistan-Qatar visit was primarily aimed at reassuring the Islamic block of nations about India’s readiness to engage with critical countries. The significance of the Qatar visit can’t be denied as far as the policies of the Islamic states are concerned.
The diplomats of India admit that the Qatar-Afghanistan visit was intended to serve many of the strategic policies of the India, which are both domestic and international. The government’s rule has always been based on the policy of ruling is Hinduism, so naturally in order to secure full faith of the public of the nation, some or the other strategy has to be adopted to keep the minorities of the nation happy. Critics see the Afghanistan-Qatar visit as such a strategy.
Now as far as the rest of the visits are considered, those were entirely based on the nuclear issues. The Switzerland-Mexico engagement was focused on convincing two crucial members of the nuclear supplier group (NSG) of India’s credentials as a nuclear nation.
The last and the most important visit was US visit. The strategies of the visit are almost known to all and discussed since the era of Dr. Manmohan Singh. As far as the nuclear deals are concerned, the US visit counts the most important one in Modi’s list. To stay as one of the most significant power in Asia and compete China, the India-US partnership is the most important one for both the nations. Without the partnership, it is almost next to impossible for the countries to give a stiff fight back to China.