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Diplomacy Of Prime Minister Narendra Modi | Israel To Denmark

During Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s eight years in government, he redefined global diplomacy. The swearing-in ceremony for the SAARC leaders is scheduled for 2014. Pakistan and Sri Lankan leaders attended the oath-taking ceremony at Rashtrapati Bhawan on behalf of their respective countries.

Visit to the UAE

  • Modi visited the UAE in August 2015. For the first time in more than three decades, an Indian prime leader has visited a Gulf Arab country, and this was Modi’s first journey to an Islamic country.
  • In 1981, Indira Gandhi made her final trip to the nation.
  • The prime minister addressed Indian counter-part in Dubai. Trade, investment, and security issues were discussed with world leaders.
  • When Narendra Modi was elected, he resurrected New Delhi’s ties with the Middle East.
  • British Parliament Addressing
    Modi was the first Indian politician to address Parliament in 2015. According to a source in the Indian Express, his address, which was full of humour and historical connections, garnered a standing ovation in the Royal Gallery of the UK Parliament.
  • Additionally, he discussed terrorism and radicalization in his remarks.
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The visit to Israel

  • For the first time in history, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Israel on July 4, 2017.
  • Benjamin Netanyahu received the PM at the airport and termed the visit “being of the new relation”
  • President Obama’s trip to China was considered as a turning moment in the two countries’ relationship. For many years, India and Israel have worked closely to combat terrorism, and New Delhi has acquired armaments from Israel on a regular basis. Despite this, no Indian prime minister had ever been to the nation. Anxieties over alienating India’s Muslim majority and upsetting the Arab world were major factors in the decision-making process.
  • In the following year, he welcomed Netanyahu in India

Stopped at Ramallah

  • For the first time in over a decade, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Palestine as an official guest of the Palestinian Authority in February 2018. Upon arrival, he was greeted by Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas.
  • Despite India’s long history of solidarity with the Palestinians, no Indian prime minister has ever visited the West Bank or Gaza. The visit was referred to as “historic” by Palestinian leaders, while India’s foreign ministry described it as “very unforgettable and history in the making.”
  • The visit was referred to as “historic” by Palestinian leaders, while India’s foreign ministry described it as “very unforgettable and history in the making.”

Denmark vist

  • PM Modi visited Europe amid the Ukraine issue. For the first time in more than two decades, an Indian prime minister visited Denmark.
  • Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s 2002 trip to Copenhagen was not that good  has then -Premier Anders Fogh Rasmussen advised India on Pakistan and Kashmir.
  • Until Manmohan Singh travelled to Copenhagen in 2009 for a United Nations gathering, no prime minister had ever visited the nation since then, and when Manmohan Singh went there, he held no bilateral conversations with the Danes.
  • At this point between India and Pakistan, the Purulia “arms drops” case became an issue.

Written by Reportic Team

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