G-7 Summit / Prime Minister Modi went to Japan for G-7 summit, China-Pakistan in tension

Zoom News : May 19, 2023, 11:54 AM
G-7 Summit: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has left to attend the G-7 summit being held in Japan. During this, he is also scheduled to visit Australia and Papua New Guinea. Prior to his departure, PM Modi said on Friday that his presence at the G7 summit in Japan assumes special significance as India is currently chairing the G-20 grouping. In a statement before leaving for the six-day three-nation tour, Modi said he looks forward to exchanging views with the G-7 countries and other invited partners on the challenges facing the world and the need to collectively tackle them. are keen. Pakistan and China are upset seeing the increasing threat of India to the world.

The biggest reason for China's concern is the strengthening of India's hold in Asia to Africa, Australia continent and western countries. Due to this kind of strategy of India getting stronger, wrinkles have started on the forehead of the dragon. "I will also hold bilateral meetings with some of the leaders participating in the Hiroshima G-7 summit," PM Modi said before leaving for the G-7. Modi said he would be very happy to meet his Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida. "Looking forward to a fruitful exchange of views on various global issues," the Prime Minister said in a tweet. He told that he would go from Japan to Port Moresby in Papua New Guinea. This will be the first official visit by an Indian Prime Minister to the Pacific island nation.

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Modi will host the third Forum for India-Pacific Islands Cooperation (FIPIC) summit on May 22 in Port Moresby along with Papua New Guinean Prime Minister James Marape. He said, “I am grateful that all 14 Pacific Island Countries (PICs) have accepted the invitation to participate in this important summit. FIPIC was initiated during my visit to Fiji in 2014. I look forward to engaging with PIC leaders on issues that bring us together, such as climate change and sustainable development, capacity building and training, health and wellness, infrastructure and economic growth." Modi will also hold several bilateral meetings before leaving Papua New Guinea for the Australian city of Sydney.

He will also have a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister of Australia Anthony Albanese. Modi said the meeting with Albanese would be an opportunity to "take stock of our bilateral relations and the impact of the first India-Australia Annual Summit held in New Delhi in March". "I will interact with Australia's Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) and top business leaders and also interact with members of the Indian community at a special event in Sydney," he said. "The visit will further strengthen India-Australia ties," the Prime Minister said in a tweet.