New Delhi: The G-7 meeting has started today in Hiroshima, Japan. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has arrived to attend this meeting, a unique incident took place at the beginning of this meeting this morning. American President Joe Biden walked in front of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and greeted Modi warmly as if they were old friends. The representative of China was also present in this meeting. Seeing the friendship between India and America can hurt China’s stomach.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today held face-to-face talks with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zaylenskyi for the first time since Russia invaded Ukraine and said that India will do all it can to end the conflict. In a meeting held on the sidelines of the G-7 summit in Hiroshima, the Prime Minister said that the war in Ukraine is a very big issue and it has many different effects on the world. Modi told Zelensky that he does not see the situation in Ukraine as a political or economic issue and therefore for him the issue is one of humanity and human values. You know more about the tragedy of war, but when our leaders returned from Ukraine last year, I got an idea of the plight of the people of Ukraine from what they said,” Modi said. On his part, Zelensky informed the Indian side of his peace formula and requested New Delhi to join in the implementation of the NNA.
Statue of Mahatma Gandhi unveiled in Hiroshima
Before attending the G7 meeting, PM Modi on Saturday unveiled a statue of Mahatma Gandhi in Hiroshima, Japan and paid floral tributes. After this, PM Modi said that the idea of non-violence will be boosted by erecting a statue of Mahatma Gandhi in Hiroshima.
Bodhi tree given by PM Modi planted in Hiroshi
PM Modi further said, I am very proud to know that the Bodhi tree that I gifted to the PM of Japan has been planted here in Hiroshima so that people feel peace when they come there.
PM Modi Had an interview with Professor Tomio Mijakami
Along with this, PM Modi also met Professor Tomio Mijakami, who received the Pajna Award. Tomio Mijakami is a Hindi and Punjabi linguist. Praising Tomio, PM Modi said that Tomio has made efforts to maintain the popularity of Indian culture and literature in Japan. I am happy with their efforts.
Important issues will be discussed in the G7 meeting
The representatives of Britain, France, Germany, Canada, Italy and Europe also attended this G7 meeting along with Japan and America. According to Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra, the meeting will discuss issues like connectivity, security, nuclear disarmament, economic security, regional issues, climate change, food, health and development and digitalisation, science and technology.