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Indian Vice President Venkaiah Naidu to visit 3 Europe nations Serbia, Malta, Romania

Indian Vice President Venkaiah Naidu to visit 3 European nations: Serbia, Malta, Romania

Vice President Venkaiah Naidu will embark on a three-nation official visit to Europian countries viz Serbia, Malta, and Romania on 14th September 2018.

During the seven-day visit, VP Venkaiah Naidu will first reach Serbia where he will meet the leadership of that country.

Several MoUs including in the field of Agriculture and Tourism is expected to be signed during the Vice President's visit to these countries.

India Vice-President Venkaiah Naidu, in the second leg of his visit, will arrive in Malta on 16th September 2018, where he will meet the country's leadership and discuss issues of mutual interest. Growing economic linkages between the two sides will figure during the talks. 

In the last and final leg of his visit, Vice President Venkaiah Naidu will reach Romania on 18th September 2018.

Serbia                                        

Continent: Europe

Capital: Belgrade

Largest City: Belgrade

Currency: Serbian Dollar (RSD)

Official Language: Serbian

President: Aleksandar Vucic

Prime Minister: Ana Brnabic

Malta                                       

Continent: Europe

Capital: Valletta

Largest City: Birkirkara

Currency: Euro (EUR)

Official Languages: English & Maltese

President: Marie Louise Coleiro Preca

Prime Minister: Joseph Muscat

Romania                                     

Continent: Europe

Capital: Bucharest

Largest City: Bucharest

Currency: Euro (EUR)

Official Languages: Romanian Leu (RON)

President: Klaus Iohannis

Prime Minister: JViorica Dancila


 

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