Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s three-nation visit will feature approximately 40 events, including the G7 and Quad summits in Hiroshima, a bilateral meeting with Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, and the Forum for India-Pacific Islands Cooperation’s third summit. Hiroshima will host the Quad meeting, while the G7 meeting will focus on climate, energy, and environment. Modi will visit Port Moresby and Australia.
The much-awaited trip across three countries that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will go on is due to start on May 19, 2023. The tour is going to be a very hectic one due to the fact that it will involve a number of important gatherings and summits.
Events such as the G7 and Quad summits in Hiroshima, a bilateral meeting with the Prime Minister of Australia, Anthony Albanese, and the hosting of the third summit of the Forum for India-Pacific Islands Cooperation (FIPIC) in Papua New Guinea are some of the things that are scheduled to take place during this trip. In Hiroshima, one of the stops on Prime Minister Modi’s trip of three countries, the unveiling of a bust of Mahatma Gandhi is on the agenda.
The forthcoming trip that the Prime Minister will be going on is going to be a very busy one, as there are over 40 events already scheduled. Over the course of this period, the Prime Minister will have the chance to engage in conversation with over two dozen heads of state from across the world through a series of summits and bilateral encounters.
Vinay Kwatra, India’s Minister of External Affairs, has stated that his country has great hopes for the next Quad summit in Hiroshima and is looking forward to receiving a number of different deliverables. According to reports from a news source called PTI, Prime Minister Modi, President Joe Biden of the United States, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese of Australia, and Prime Minister Fumio Kishida of Japan will all be present at the Quad Summit.
The annual meeting of the Group of Seven will take place in Hiroshima, Japan, from May 19 to May 21, and Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend. Japan is now serving as the chair of the G7 gathering of the world’s most developed nations.
During the G7 conference, the Prime Minister is expected to speak about important global concerns such as the safety of food, fertilizer, and energy. At the next summit, India is scheduled to take part in three different sessions.
The first one will focus on issues relating to food, health, and development while also addressing gender equality. The second session will concentrate on topics relating to climate, energy, and the environment, while the third session will be on the topic of “peaceful, stable, and prosperous world.”
Challenges such as nuclear disarmament, economic resilience, economic security, regional challenges, climate change, energy security, food and health are all on the comprehensive agenda for the G7 meeting. On the margins of the G7 summit, Prime Minister Modi will participate in bilateral discussions with a number of the conference’s other leaders.
The unexpected change of circumstances has resulted in the Quad Summit, which had been scheduled to take place in Sydney, being moved to Hiroshima, where it will now be held. The trip to Australia that was planned for Vice President Joe Biden of the United States has been postponed as he directs his attention to the current crucial deliberations in Washington about raising the debt ceiling.
The Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra has stated that there has been a change in the location of the Quad summit, but there has not been a change in the agenda for the meeting. Reporters questioned Kwatra over the objectives of the meeting, and he provided clarification that the agenda would not change.
At an upcoming summit, the world leaders are going to get together to talk about the most recent events that have taken place in the Indo-Pacific area and to work on advancing their common goal of creating an Indo-Pacific that is free, open, and welcoming to everyone.
Port Moresby, which is located in Papua New Guinea, is the next stop on the itinerary for Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The third summit of the Forum for India-Pacific Islands Cooperation (FIPIC) is scheduled to take place on May 22, and the responsibilities of hosting the event will be shared by the Prime Minister and the Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea, James Marpe.
The tour will come to a close with the Prime Minister paying a visit to Australia, which will mark the third and last part of his voyage.On May 23, Prime Minister Modi is scheduled to give a speech at a diaspora gathering as well as conduct discussions with his Australian counterpart.
At a news conference held on Thursday, Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra remarked that Prime Minister Modi may bring up the subject of assaults on Indians in Australia when he meets with Australian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Immigration and Border Protection Anthony Albanese in the near future.