'’ 'Har Har Modi, ‘ ‘ Bharat Mata Ki Jai ‘ echo in Papua New Guinea streets as Indian diaspora welcomes PM Modi

'’ 'Har Har Modi, ‘ ‘ Bharat Mata Ki Jai ‘ echo in Papua New Guinea streets as Indian diaspora welcomes PM Modi

PORT MORESBY: Prime Minister Narendra Modi got a warm welcome from the Indian diaspora in Papua New Guinea’s (PNG) capital city Port Moresby on Sunday.
Numerous individuals waving the tricolour were seen shouting “Har Har Modi,” “Ghar Ghar Modi” as they connected with PM Modi.
Bharat Mata Ki Jai,” echoed in the streets of Port Moresby as PM


approached to meet the Indian diaspora.
He was welcomed by a crowd of numerous individuals of any ages consisting of youngsters who were waiting to meet and welcome PM Modi.

Individuals were seen holding presents to present to the Prime Minister while others clicked a selfie with PM Modi.
Some members of the Indian neighborhood turned over a painting of PM Modi and his late Mother Hiraben.
As Prime Minister Narendra Modi got here in Papua New Guinea (PNG), an unusual moment was seen at the Port Moresby airport where PNG Prime Minister James


touched his feet and sought his true blessings.
PM Modi was likewise accorded a guard of honour on his arrival.This is PM Modi’s first trip to PNG, in addition to the first-ever see by any Indian Prime Minister to the Indo-Pacific nation.
Ministry of External Affairs official representative Arindam Baghchi stated, “We have actually just landed at Port Moresby in Papua New Guinea on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s 2nd leg of his three-nation trip. After having actually loaded a day-and-a-half session in Hiroshima, the seven-half-hour flight has actually brought us to the island country of Port of Papua New Guinea, where we are presently just taking a look at the arrival event.”
“An extremely unique gesture by Prime Minister Marape here, who has actually come personally to the airport to get Prime Minister Modi. Tomorrow he’s here just for the early morning session, however the FIPIC III Summit will remain in the early morning apart from a bilateral conference with the management of Papua New Guinea, along with the Prime Minister of New Zealand,” he included.
Throughout his Papua New Guinea go to, PM Modi is set to co-chair the 3rd Summit of the Forum for India-Pacific Islands Cooperation (FIPIC III Summit) on Monday. PM Modi’s Papua New Guinea equivalent James Marape will likewise exist.
The FIPIC Summit will see involvement from leaders of 14 nations. Generally all of them seldom assemble together due to connection and other concerns.
FIPIC was released throughout PM Modi’s see to Fiji in 2014.
Apart from the FIPIC engagements, PM Modi will likewise have bilateral interactions with Papua New Guinea Governor-General Sir Bob Dadae, Prime Minister Marape and a few of the other PIC Leaders taking part in the Summit.
After his see to Papua New Guinea, PM Modi will take a trip to Sydney at the invite of Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese.
On Sunday, PM Modi finished up his rewarding check out to Japan and left for Papua New Guinea.
The Prime Minister is on a six-day check out to 3 nations– Japan, Papua New Guinea and Australia from May 19 to 24.
This trip consists of the G7 and Quad tops which were kept in Hiroshima and the occurring bilateral conference with Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, and hosting the 3rd top for the Forum for India- Pacific Islands Cooperation (FIPIC) in Papua New Guinea.

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