PM Modi held talks with US President Joe Biden and Australian PM Anthony Beej in Japan. While attending the G7 meeting in Hiroshima, Japan. During this, Biden said that he should take PM Modi’s autograph.
Why Biden said to take PM Modi’s autograph ?
Actually, during the meeting, Biden came to Modi and he said – very big people in America are saying that you go to Modi’s program. During this, Albanese said that he is also getting such requests, but Sydney’s community reception has a capacity of only 20,000 people. Biden and Albanese told Modi that they have a challenge to manage the crowd. During this, Albanese told how 90,000 people welcomed him and Modi at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad when he was on a tour of India. On this Biden said – I should take your autograph.
Narendra Modi said about global peace and stability in G7 meeting
In the meeting, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, “The only solution to the Ukraine problem is dialogue. We have been saying this from the beginning. The objective of all of us is global peace and stability. India has always believed that any tension and dispute The issue can be resolved peacefully and through dialogue.”
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has attended the ongoing G7 meeting in Hiroshima as a guest. G7 is a group of seven developed and rich countries of the world. Which includes Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Britain and America. It is also called Group of Seven. And from here the Prime Minister will visit Papua New Guinea and Australia.
He also paid tribute to the people who lost their lives in the Hiroshima accident. Indeed, Hiroshima has been a witness to the nuclear attack. On August 6, 1945, America dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima. Lakhs of people were killed in this.
G7’s warning to China
The G7, an organization of the world’s seven developed economies, has issued a stern warning to China in a joint statement. The organization took an oath to end the economic dominance of any one country from the world without naming China.
According to statement “If the economic conditions of the G7 and its partner countries are used as a weapon, and the consequences will have to be faced.” Necessary steps will be taken to stop the economic dominance of any one country. G7 countries have also appealed to China to put pressure on Russia to end the war with Ukraine.
the G7 countries have promised to continue helping Ukraine. But, America has lifted the ban imposed on giving its F16 fighter jets to Ukraine from other countries. This will help Ukraine to strengthen its air defense.
What Modi talks with British Prime Minister ?
Modi then held talks with British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak on bilateral relations. On May 20, both the Prime Ministers welcomed each other with a hug. Sunak is the first Indian- origin and non- white Prime Minister of Britain. He is also the son- in- law of Narayana Murthy, co- founder of the Indian software company Infosys.
US President Biden thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Australian prime minister Anthony Albanese and Japan’s prime minister Fumio Kishida for agreeing to participate in the Quad meeting on the sidelines of the G7 summit here.