PM Narendra Modi Arrived To Join Raisina Dialogue 2020

Raisina Dialogue 2020: PM Narendra Modi and S Jaishankar Arrived To Join Inaugural Session

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Raisina Dialogue 2020: The worldwide prestigious diplomatic dialogue program Raisina Dialogue is inaugurating today. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has arrived to attend its inaugural session. The session will see seven former nations share key ideas on the current challenges in the world.

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The Ministry of External Affairs said that the fifth edition of the prestigious Raisina Dialogue 2020 has been organized jointly by the Ministry of External Affairs and the Observer Research Foundation and will include 700 international representatives from around 100 countries. It is one of the largest conferences of its kind.

During this time there will be a global brainstorm on geopolitical and economic issues. The three-day event will include foreign ministers from 12 countries including Russia, Iran, Denmark, Hungary, Maldives, South Africa, Estonia, and the European Union.

Iranian Foreign Minister Javed Zarif’s participation in the conference is considered important after the Iranian Quds Force commander Qasim Suleimani was killed.

According to a release issued by the Ministry of External Affairs, the Secretary-General of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization and the Secretary-General of the United Nations will also be involved. The Foreign Ministry said that the National Security Advisor of Afghanistan, the Deputy National Security Advisor of the US and the Minister of State for several countries including Germany will also present their views at the conference.

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The 30 think tanks of the world will also present their views in various sessions of the conference. Prime Minister Modi and the seven heads of state and heads of government will attend the inaugural session and will present their views on issues related to globalization, the 2030 agenda, the role of technology in the modern world, climate change, and counter-terrorism.

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