Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said that the time has come that the priority should be given to developing countries and their needs should be included in the G20 agenda.
Argentina| Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who went to the 13th G-20 conference here, met Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and the US President Donald Trump. Modi called America and Japan country’s strategic partners. He said that the three nations are close allies. At the same time, Modi called the partnership between Japan (J), America (A) and India (I) as JAI. he implied that the partnership between the three nations is successful.
Modi also vowed that the three countries will continue to fight against terrorism.
Coming together of strategic partners
The first-ever trilateral Summit ‘JAI’ between the leaders of Japan @AbeShinzo, America @realDonaldTrump & India @narendramodi concluded a while ago in Buenos Aires. Leaders exchanged views on Indo Pacific, maritime and connectivity issues. pic.twitter.com/I8YOSnChev
— Raveesh Kumar (@MEAIndia) November 30, 2018
Focus on the needs of developing countries
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said that the time has come that the priority should be given to developing countries and their needs should also be included in the G20 agenda. In an informal meeting of BRICS leaders on the sidelines of G-20 conference here, Modi said, “The basis for our mutual cooperation in the G-20 summit is to be strong. This group is being led by the developing country.” “It is a good opportunity, priorities of developing countries should also be given priority in the G-20 agenda,” he added.
Modi reiterated India’s commitment to improving globalization and multilateralism. PM Modi recommended the strengthening of the anti-terrorism network of the United Nations and asked BRICS and G20 countries to work together to achieve that goal.