Modi 3 nation visit raised the bar on Foreign Policy

Modi 3 nation visit raised the bar on Foreign Policy for India as the new policies redefined India as an emerging superpower. PM Modi arrived in Delhi on Thursday after his 3 national visits to Japan, Papua New Guinea and Australia. He spoke about his accomplishments during his visit where the release of the Tok Pisin translation of the book ‘Thirukkural’ in Papua New Guinea was something that happens to be the first of its kind.

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Modi 3 nation visit – The itinerary and the takeaways

The Modi 3 nation visit was marked by his vaccine diplomacy as well as the sharp criticisms of the temple destructions in Australia in the recent past. Meanwhile, Modi thanked his Australian counterpart Anthony Albanese for the hospitality during his Australia visit, which will “boost the friendship between Australia and India,” and said that both the leaders will keep working towards a “vibrant India-Australia friendship,” which is also in the “interest of global good.”

During his Modi 3 nation visit, PM Modi held bilateral talks with Albanese and addressed a community program in Sydney. As per news and media reports, he also met several business leaders and eminent Australians. Kudos Bank Arena in Sydney Olympic Park, the venue for the community event, saw thousands of overseas Indians, many of whom flew in a special “Modi Airways” to attend the event. At the community event, Australian PM Albanese compared PM Modi’s mass appeal with that of the famed rockstar Bruce Springsteen who incidentally is famed among his fans as “The Boss.”

As a part of  Modi 3 nation visit,  his diplomatic endeavors in Papua New Guinea included his talks with the PM of the country James Marape to strengthen bilateral relations. Co-operations in the field of commerce, technology, healthcare and climate change also happened to be the topics discussed between the leaders. The two leaders co-hosted the Forum for India-Pacific Islands Cooperation (FIPIC) summit on Monday, fostering regional cooperation.

“My Papua New Guinea visit has been a historic one. I will greatly cherish the affection received among the people of this wonderful nation. I also had the opportunity to interact with respected FIPIC leaders and discuss ways to deepen ties with their respective nations,” Narendra Modi tweeted.


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