Mon. Jul 15th, 2024

S Jaishankar exposes the Narendra Modi government’s 3.0 roadmap on China, Pakistan, and the UNSC

S Jaishankar exposes the Narendra Modi government's 3.0

S Jaishankar: On Tuesday, BJP leader S. Jaishankar assumed the role of India’s External Affairs Minister, just two days after being sworn in as a Cabinet minister during a grand ceremony at the Rashtrapati Bhavan compound. In an interview today, he outlined his ministry’s plans concerning India’s pursuit of a permanent seat on the United Nations Security Council, as well as its relations with China and Pakistan.

It includes various components, and I am convinced that under PM Modi’s leadership, Modi 3.0’s foreign policy would be highly successful. For us, India’s impact has progressively grown, not just in terms of our perception but also in terms of what other countries believe. Following his swearing-in ceremony on Sunday, PM Modi held meetings with leaders from various countries who attended the event. He reiterated India’s commitment to amplifying the voice of the Global South on the international stage. Emphasizing New Delhi’s focus on its neighbors through the Neighbourhood First policy, PM Modi expressed India’s dedication to working towards peace, progress, and prosperity in the region.

S. Jaishankar stated that the focus of the Narendra Modi government 3.0 will be on resolving the border issues with China.

In any country, especially in a democracy, being elected three times in a row is a significant achievement. This indicates substantial political stability in India, he said. Regarding Pakistan and China, our relationships and the challenges we face with each are distinct. Our primary focus with China will be on resolving the border issues.

Regarding Pakistan, S. Jaishankar stated that India aims to address the longstanding issue of cross-border terrorism. We would like to find a solution to the problem of cross-border terrorism that has persisted for years, he added.

S. Jaishankar was welcomed with a bouquet by the ministry’s officers. He expressed that it was an immense honor to be entrusted once again with leading the Ministry of External Affairs, noting that the ministry had performed exceptionally well under the previous Modi government.

Together, we are very confident that this will position us as ‘Vishwa Bandhu’ – a country that, in a turbulent and divided world marked by conflicts and tensions, is trusted by many. It will enhance our prestige, and influence, and advance our interests, he added.

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Following his swearing-in ceremony on Sunday, PM Modi held meetings with leaders from various countries who attended the event. He reiterated India’s commitment to amplifying the voice of the Global South on the international stage. Emphasizing New Delhi’s focus on its neighbors through the Neighbourhood First policy, PM Modi expressed India’s dedication to working towards peace, progress, and prosperity in the region.

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