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International relationships are vital for any country to develop in this global market. The bilateral and multilateral agreements moreover strengthen the relationships.
Moreover, the world considers India as one of the strongest developing economies. Additionally, the rise in population and growing GDP moreover attract many International MNCs.
Narendra Modi, the honorable Prime Minister of India is attending G7 in Hiroshima, Japan and also he is discussing numerous issues with other leaders of the nation.
Modi ji took to his Twitter account to describe his interactions with the leaders; let us therefore find out who were the leaders interacting with the Prime Minister of India.
1. G7 Summit
G7, also known as Group of Seven (G7), is an international organization of 7 developed countries of the world. Japan, Canada, France, the USA, Germany, Japan, the United Kingdom, and Italy are the member nation. Additionally, the European Union (EU) is also a member
The G7 summit of this year is being held in Hiroshima, Japan. India has also been invited for the same. Shri Narendra Modi is attending the same on behalf of India and he took to Twitter to announce his arrival in Japan.
He tweets, ” Landed in Hiroshima to join the G7 Summit proceedings. Will also be having bilateral meetings with various world leaders.”
The Prime Minister was welcomed wholeheartedly by the Indian Community of Hiroshima. Moreover, Modiji also thanked the community for their love and support.
He tweets, “I am grateful to Hiroshima’s Indian community for a memorable welcome to the city.”
2. Unveiling the Bust of Late Mahatma Gandhi
“Unveiled Mahatma Gandhi’s bust in Hiroshima. This bust in Hiroshima gives a very important message. The Gandhian ideals of peace and harmony reverberate globally and give strength to millions.”
Narendra Modi meet his Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida and discussed various issues. Also, both the leaders discussed their roles as presidents of G20 and G7 in helping the world to be a better place.
4. South Korea
India and South Korea have maintained strong bonds. Moreover, both further strengthened the relationships with discussions on numerous matters of mutual concern.
PM Modi tweeted,
“Delighted to have met @President_KR Yoon Suk Yeol. We talked about ways to enhance cooperation in futuristic sectors like IT, innovation, technology, semiconductors, and more. Boosting commercial linkages and defense ties also featured prominently in the discussions.”
The co-members of the Non-Alignment Movement, India, and Vietnam have been in strong relationships.
Prime Minister Modi Met Vietnamese PM Pham Mihn Chinh and discussed further engagements.
6. European Nations
Shri Narendra Modi also met many leaders from the European nation. He also met with Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, German Premiere Bundeskanzler, and also Ukrainian President Zelensky.
Moreover, he also met and discussed with the European Union President Mrs. Ursula von der Leyen. Also, he met UN General Secretary Antonio Guterres.
The invite of Japan to India has proven to be a blessing in disguise. Also, the diplomatic hold of India is expected to dwell strong.