PM Narendra Modi is going to visit five countries from 4th June. This countries are Afghanistan, Katar, Switzerland, US and Mexico.

Beginning of the trip will be from Afghanistan.Here he will inaugurate India-funded “Salma Dam” which has been constructed at a cost of about Rs 1400 crore.

From Afghanistan, he will proceed to Qatar and then to Switzerland.During the two-day visit to energy-rich Qatar, Modi will hold extensive talks with Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani on a range of bilateral issues including ways to further boost economic ties, particularly in the hydrocarbon sector.

In Switzerland, Modi will hold talks with the Swiss leadership, including President Johann Schneider-Ammann, and is likely to seek cooperation to unearth black money accounts of Indians in Switzerland which was a promise made by him during elections in 2014.

From Switzerland, Modi will travel to the US on June 7 at the invitation of President Barack Obama, with whom he will review the progress made in key areas of defence, security and energy. During his stay, he will also address a Joint Meeting of the US Congress.

On his return, he will visit Mexico where India is eyeing trade and investment tie ups.