Prime Minister of India Prime Minister Narendra Modi met with James Marape, who is the leader of Papua New Guinea. Prime Minister of India During this, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the countries in the Global South were the ones most affected by the Kovid outbreak. Already, there were problems with climate change, natural disasters, food, poverty, and health.
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Prime Minister of India to hold meeting with James Marape
The next stop on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s three-country tour was Papua New Guinea. Modi was the first Indian Prime Minister to visit the island country of Papua New Guinea. Prime Minister of India He arrived in Port Moresby, where Papua New Guinea Prime Minister James Marape blessed him by touching his feet.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Prime Minister James Marape of Papua New Guinea co-chaired the 3rd India-Pacific Islands Cooperation (FIPIC) Summit. Prime Minister of India There will be people from 14 Pacific Island Countries (PICs) at the meeting.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that India has been helping all partner countries to the best of its ability. I’ve told you before that I think of you as a big ocean country, not a small island state. India is linked to you by your water.
When the Prime Minister arrived, he was given a guard of honor and given a formal welcome. The Indian diaspora was also there in Port Moresby to meet Modi.
PM Modi is welcome in the U.S
On the sidelines of the G-7 meeting, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken met with External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar. They talked about Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s trip to the US. Blinken wrote after the meeting, “We’re excited to have Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the US in June.
” The visit is a chance to show how much the United States and India work well together. At the same time, Jaishankar tweeted about his talk with Blinken and thanked him for his help. Nice meeting. We’re excited for Narendra Modi to come visit.
After the Group of Seven (G7) summit in Hiroshima, Japan, the Pacific island nation is the second stop on Prime Minister Modi’s three-country trip.
Tomorrow, PM Modi and PM Marape will both be in charge of the 3rd Summit of the Forum for India-Pacific Islands Cooperation (FIPIC III Summit).
India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that India thinks it is its job to share the worries, hopes, and dreams of the Global South with the rest of the world through the G20. This is what I tried to do over the last two days at the G7 meeting. India has set high goals for how to deal with climate change. I’m glad we’re getting these done quickly.
He said that I started Mission Life, which stands for Lifestyle for Environment, with the UN Secretary-General. India has started projects like CDRI and the International Solar Alliance. I know that the Solar Alliance is made up of most of the world’s governments. The leaders of 14 Pacific Island Countries (PICs) and Prime Minister Narendra Modi were taken at the 3rd India-Pacific Islands Cooperation (FIPIC) Summit in Papua New Guinea.
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In the island country, he will have talks with Governor-General Sir Bob Dade and Marape, among other things.
People think that PM Modi’s trip to Papua New Guinea is more important than his trips to Japan for the G7 summit and Australia for the Quad meeting. Prime Minister of India This is because New Delhi is worried about how close the island nation is getting to China, which is a threat to the whole area. Prime Minister of India There is a possible threat to security. and the strategic structure for the Indo-Pacific.
A top official told ABPLive that the PM’s trip to the Pacific island is not only meant to strengthen ties with the South Pacific countries, but also to “take new heights strategically and economically” with PNG.
Modi meets with the head of state of Papua New Guinea
Sir Bob Dada, who is the Governor General of Papua New Guinea, met with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. A spokesperson for the Ministry of External Affairs said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi started his first day in Papua New Guinea by having a friendly chat with Governor-General Sir Bob Dade at the famous Government House. emphasized how important the relationship between India and Papua New Guinea and their economic partnership are.