New Delhi,Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in New Delhi on late Tuesday night after completing his three-nation trip to China, Mongolia and South Korea.
He was warmly received by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders upon his arrival.
During his three-day visit to China, the longest of all three nations, the two nations signed 26 business deals worth more than USD 22 billion in areas including renewable energy, ports, financing and industrial parks.
Prime Minister Modi then headed to Mongolia where 14 agreements for cooperation in sectors ranging from cyber security to renewable energy were signed between the two countries.
His last leg of the three-nation tour was South Korea where he stayed for two days. South Korea and India agreed to step up defence cooperation while South Korea pledged USD 10 billion in finance for infrastructure projects.