State leader Narendra Modi will go to a virtual highest point of the seven-country BIMSTEC gathering on March 30, as most would consider to be normal to zero in on growing financial commitment among its part nations.
The culmination is being facilitated by Sri Lanka in its ability as the seat of the BIMSTEC (Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation).
Other than India and Sri Lanka, the BIMSTEC involves Bangladesh, Myanmar, Thailand, Nepal and Bhutan.
"State leader Narendra Modi will go to the fifth BIMSTEC Summit on March 30. The highest point meeting, which is being held in virtual mode, will be facilitated by Sri Lanka, the current BIMSTEC seat," the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said.
India has been putting forth purposeful attempts to make BIMSTEC a lively discussion for territorial collaboration as drives under the SAARC (South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation) are not pushing ahead for an assortment of reasons.
The MEA said gatherings of BIMSTEC senior authorities will happen on March 28, trailed by gatherings of the BIMSTEC Foreign Ministers (BMM) on March 29.
Outer Affairs Minister S Jaishankar is visiting Sri Lanka from March 28 to March 30 and he will go to the gathering of the BIMSTEC Foreign Ministers.
"The Covid pandemic related difficulties, and the vulnerabilities inside the worldwide framework that all BIMSTEC individuals are confronting, bestow more noteworthy earnestness to the objective of taking BIMSTEC specialized and financial collaboration to a higher level," the MEA said in an explanation.
"This is supposed to be the fundamental subject of thoughts by pioneers at the culmination," it added.
The MEA said the pioneers are likewise expected to talk about the foundation of essential institutional designs and components of the gathering.