News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi
Published by: Prashant Kumar Jha
Thursday, 28 October 2021 Updated to 12:58 PM IST
Addressing the India-ASEAN summit via video conference, Prime Minister Modi said the world was still struggling with the corona. India also faced many challenges during the Corona period.
Narendra Modi, Prime Minister, India
– Photo: ANI
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Addressing the India-ASEAN Summit via video conference, Prime Minister Modi said the world was still struggling with the corona. India also faced many challenges during the Corona period. Significant regional and international developments, including economic recovery after the corona epidemic, will also be brainstormed.
Due to # COVID-19, We all have to face many challenges, this challenging time is also a test for India-ASEAN friendship. Our mutual cooperation during the Kovid era will continue to strengthen our ties in the future and lay the foundation for goodwill towards our people: Prime Minister Modi at the India-ASEAN Summit pic.twitter.com/FfTxTBJp86
– ANI (ANI) October 28, 2021
“By 2022, our partnership will be 30 years old,” Modi said. 75 years have passed since the independence of India. I am very happy to celebrate this important milestone as the ‘Year of ASEAN-India Friendship’.
Discuss these issues
The 18th ASEAN-India Summit focuses on the corona epidemic, international development, business and other issues. In addition, the conference reviews the status of strategic partnerships and discusses progress made in key areas, including health, commerce and commerce, connectivity and education and culture.
Prime Minister Modi is going on a foreign tour
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will leave on Thursday for a five-day visit to Italy and the UK. On this occasion he will participate in the G-20 summit. The two-day conference will begin on October 30 in Italy. He will then travel to Glasgow, UK. It is believed that Prime Minister Modi will call on the world to adopt a joint policy on Afghanistan at the important meeting of the G-20.