External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj On 3 Years Of Narendra Modi Government: Highlights
NEW DELHI: On the occasion of the third anniversary of the government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Center, Union Minister of Foreign Affairs Sushma Swaraj addressed a press conference in New Delhi to celebrate the achievements of his ministry three years . Ms. Swaraj is known to address and solve the problems of Indians and Indians abroad overseas through distress “Twitter diplomacy”. She highlighted the various overseas trips made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other dignitaries, as well as changes to the norms and standards for passports and visas.
Highlights of the Sushma Swaraj Press Conference:
I want to thank the Prime Minister. Because of their efforts, other countries have become so willing to be with India and be there for India when necessary.
India’s relations with nations around the world have improved dramatically. We have close ties with almost every nation we used a few years ago.
Today, Indians living abroad are proud of their country. Their confidence is at record levels.
Indians traveling abroad are confident that ovens commissions, embassies and Indian officials will be there for them at a time or situation of need by clicking a button or a phone call.
Our government believes in effective diplomacy, effective delivery. We have shown.
We have come a long way in the process and passports issued.
As part of the Trump administration, relations between India and the United States are increasing in step with the Obama administration.
There has been no change in this regard. India and the US Have a mutually beneficial relationship.
Modi’s Prime Minister spoke with Trump’s president three times, our officials have also spoken to them many times. Each interaction is positive and good.
The United States is the largest Indian defense partner. And that there were no hints of them that might suggest to dilute the special relationship we share.
India signed the Paris Agreement because of the culture and ethics of India. India and the Indians had a unity with nature for thousands of years. Thus, for some say that India signed the agreement due to the pressure applied or due to the greed of foreign aid in this business is completely unfounded and unfortunate. I would like to be officially clear about this.
India has always respected, even loved nature. We are committed to the Paris Agreement regardless of what the US decides.
Many said the government will face many difficulties in maintaining good relations with Muslim-majority countries. It is the moment that they see reality.
Our relations with Asian countries are at record levels. Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates – countries that were considered close to Pakistan, now share a very special and close relationship with India.
Palestine and Israel, which have a lot of disagreements and disputes, consider India as their friend. Recently, the president of Palestine wanted Indian Medisse talks with Israel.
Closer to home, India has close relations with Afghanistan and Iran.
India is a responsible and trustworthy country that will do everything possible for the regions of the Middle East, South Asia and Asia-Pacific are peaceful and thrive in trade.