Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the moment introduced a 12-step programme to propel India’s partnerships with Pacific Island nations.
“It’s going to fulfill the developmental aspirations of the individuals of the area and consolidate shared imaginative and prescient of a free, open and affluent Indo- Pacific. fulfil consolidate the shared imaginative and prescient of a free, open and affluent Indo- Pacific,” Ministry of exterior affairs spokesperson Arindam Bagchi stated.
The prime minister made the announcement whereas co-chairing the third India-Pacific Islands Cooperation (FIPIC) Summit in Papua New Guinea at the moment.
Taking to Twitter, the MEA Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi listed out all of the 12 steps introduced by PM Modi. The primary of the bulletins embrace opening up a brand new 100-bed regional tremendous speciality hospital in Fiji and to arrange a Regional IT and Cyber Safety Coaching Hub in Papua New Guinea.
“Sagar Amrut Scholarships -1000 scholarships within the subsequent 5 years, Jaipur Foot Camp in Papua New Guinea in 2023. Thereafter, two camps yearly in different Pacific Island International locations,” Mr Bagchi stated.
“FIPIC SME Improvement Mission, Photo voltaic mission for Authorities buildings, Present desalination items for ingesting water, Provide sea ambulances, Arrange dialysis items, Arrange of 24×7 emergency helpline, Arrange of Jan Aushadi Kendras, Arrange Yoga centres,” he added.
PM Modi arrived in Papua New Guinea on Might 21 on the Port Moresby airport the place a uncommon second was witnessed by the viewers. Papua New Guinea Prime Minister James Marape touched PM Modi’s toes and sought his blessings.
Upon PM Modi’s arrival, the Indian nationwide anthem was performed and the 2 prime ministers stood nonetheless in respect. PM Modi was additionally accorded a guard of honour on his arrival.
That is PM Modi’s first tour to PNG, in addition to the first-ever go to by any Indian Prime Minister to the Indo-Pacific nation.
Right now, PM Modi co-chaired the third FIPIC Summit the place he said that India believes in multilateralism and helps a free, open and inclusive Indo-Pacific.
After the Summit, PM Modi met Palau’s President Surangel Whipps Jr, Premier of Niue Dalton Emani Makamau Tagelagi, Fiji PM Sitiveni Rabuka, Marshall Islands minister kitlang kabua, Secretary Basic of the PIF Henry Puna, and lots of different Pacific-Indo International locations on the sidelines of FIPIC Summit.
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