‘True friend is the one who comes in handy on time’, why did PM Modi say this in Papua New Guinea

PM Modi Papua New Guinea Visit

PM Modi Visits Papua New Guinea: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in Papua New Guinea that the Global South countries were most affected by Corona. There were already challenges related to climate change, natural disasters, hunger, poverty and health, but now new problems are arising such as fuel, fertilizer and pharma. There are also constraints in its supply. Those whom we considered our own, came to know that they were not with us when needed. In times of difficulty, the old adage ‘A friend in need is a friend in deed’ proved true.

PM Modi said that India considers it its responsibility to convey the concerns, expectations and aspirations of the Global South to the world through the G20. This was my effort in the last two days at the G7 summit as well. India has put forward ambitious targets on the issue of climate change. I am glad that we are working on these fast.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that India has been helping all partner countries according to its capabilities. As I have said before, for me you are a big ocean country, not a small island state. Your ocean connects India with you. He said that along with the UN Secretary-General, I launched Mission Life, which means Lifestyle for Environment. India has taken initiatives like International Solar Alliance and CDRI. I understand that most of the countries are associated with the Solar Alliance.

Please tell that PM Modi is on a three-nation tour. After Japan, PM Modi reached Papua New Guinea on Sunday evening where Prime Minister James Marape gave him a grand welcome. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is participating in the 14 Pacific Island Countries (PICs) summit co-chairing the 3rd India-Pacific Islands Cooperation (FIPIC) summit with Prime Minister James Marape of Papua New Guinea.

PM Modi meets the Governor General of Papua New Guinea

PM Modi met Sir Bob Dada, Governor General of Papua New Guinea on Monday. Also, Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a bilateral meeting with James Marape, the Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea. Prime Minister Narendra Modi began the day in Papua New Guinea with a warm conversation with Governor-General Sir Bob Dade at the historic Government House, Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said India-Papua New Guinea relations and development between the two countries Underlined the importance of partnership.

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