Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to undertake a significant trip to three nations commencing on Friday. The Official statement from the Prime Minister's Office reveals that he will be involved in over 40 events and hold meetings with more than 25 leaders during his visit to Japan, Papua New Guinea, and Australia.
Prime Minister Modi is scheduled to attend the G7 Summit in Hiroshima, Japan as a guest, a part of his three-nation visit. The summit will be followed by the third Summit of the Forum for India-Pacific Islands Cooperation (FIPIC III Summit), where PM Modi will serve as a co-chair. During the G7 Summit, India's participation will be structured around three formal sessions.
The first session, taking place on May 20, will focus on topics such as food, health, development, and gender equality.
The second session, also occurring on May 20, will center on climate, energy, and the environment.
The third and final session, scheduled for May 21, is titled "Towards a Peaceful, Stable, and Prosperous World." These sessions aim to facilitate discussions and collaboration on important global issues, providing a platform for India to contribute its perspectives and ideas.
The Prime Minister is scheduled to visit Papua New Guinea to co-host the third Summit of the Forum for India-Pacific Islands Cooperation alongside his counterpart, James Marape, on May 22nd.
During his time in Papua New Guinea, the Prime Minister will commence his bilateral activities the following day by meeting with the Governor General of the country, followed by a meeting with Prime Minister James Marape.
This visit to Papua New Guinea holds significance as it marks the Prime Minister's first trip to the country while staying in Port Moraspi. The Prime Minister's schedule is packed with more than 40 engagements, including interactions with over two dozen world leaders in summits and through one-on-one meetings, according to a statement from the Prime Minister's Office.
Prime Minister Modi's upcoming visit to Australia will include meetings with business leaders, influential individuals, scholars, and members of the Indian community residing there.
In addition to these engagements, he will address a large gathering of the Indian diaspora in Sydney alongside the Prime Minister of Australia.
The visit encompasses a diverse range of aspects spanning from cultural exchanges to economic partnerships, and from engagement with the diaspora to diplomatic endeavors, as stated by the Prime Minister's Office.
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