Seoul: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday visited the Seoul National Cemetery here.
He arrived earlier in the day from Mongolia on a two-day visit.
At the cemetery, he joined a wreath-laying ceremony. From here, he is slated to attend a reception by the Indian community, during which 1,500 members are expected to be present.
He will be accorded an official welcome after which he will hold talks with President Park Geun-hye.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived here today on the last leg of his three-nation visit during which he will hold talks with the South Korean leadership aiming to give a fillip to economic and trade cooperation. A slew of agreements are expected to be signed during the visit including one on Double Taxation Avoidance Convention, cooperation in shipping and logistics, audiovisual co-production, transport, highways and electric power development in new energy industries.
The Prime Minister, who flew in from Mongolia after his three-day visit to China, will hold talks on the entire gamut of bilateral, regional and global issues with President Park Geun-hye and explore ways to upgrade cooperation in diversified areas.