Narendra Modi / Peace on the border, rein on terrorism, Modi's big statement on Pakistan-China

Zoom News : May 19, 2023, 05:20 PM
Narendra Modi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reached Hiroshima, Japan to attend the G7 Summit meeting. He raised the issue of terrorism before the G7 summit. Taking a dig at Pakistan without naming it, the Prime Minister said that it should curb terror. It is necessary for him to create a conducive environment free from terrorism. It is the responsibility of Pakistan to take necessary steps in this regard. At the same time, he has made India's stand absolutely clear on the Russia and Ukraine war.

The Prime Minister has also mentioned the border with China. He says that peace and tranquility in the border areas is necessary for normal bilateral relations with China. The future development of the two countries can only be based on mutual respect, mutual sensitivity and mutual interests. “Normalizing” relations will benefit the wider region and the world.

PM Modi says that India's stand on the Russia-Ukraine war is very clear. India is standing with peace. This is not the time for conflict, it is the time for cooperation. The coming time will be decided by cooperation, not dispute. Our talks are on with both the countries. We are committed to supporting those who face challenges in meeting their basic needs. This especially includes rising prices of food, fuel and fertilizers.

Important role of India's participation in SCO- PM Modi

PM Modi regarding SCO SCO plays an important role in India's partnership with the important Central Asian region. India has never associated itself with security alliances. Nevertheless, we remain engaged with friends and like-minded partners around the world on the basis of our national interests. On the Quad, PM Modi said that the collective focus of the Quad countries is on promoting a free, open, prosperous and inclusive Indo-Pacific region.