Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Tuesday said that investors in US and Canada were keen to invest in the state and be part of its progress under the new policies promoted by his government.On his return from the nine-day long trip to both countries with a 32-member delegation, he said that he was satisfied with the "result-oriented meetings - in New York, Washington DC, Maryland, Connecticut, San Francisco and California in the US, and Vancouver and Toronto in Canada."The visit has helped in opening a broad window on Haryana in the two countries. Prospective investors there have begun to feel that Haryana today is an ideal location not only for making capital investments but also for testing new ideas and innovations, the seeds of which are dutifully fertilised by the futuristic policies pursued by the state government," said Khattar, who arrived in New Delhi on Tuesday."The four MOUs we have signed with Google, CISCO, United Technologies and Applied Materials speak in no small measure for the success of our visit. Haryana is closer to a digital dawn, thanks to the agreement with Google," he said.The chief minister and his delegation promoted the recently-launched new 'Entrepreneur Promotion Policy, 2015'. Haryana has sought investments in sectors like solar power, medi-care, services and other sectors.