- Prime Minister Narendra Modi is currently in France to attend the G-7 Conference. This is the last step of the Prime Minister traveling to three countries. The PM’s schedule was too tight because of the meeting between these countries on Monday. When the Prime Minister arrived on Sunday evening, many heads of state welcomed him either sharply or in a big way. All show great encouragement to meet the Prime Minister of India. It was a matter of seeing such a great reception by the Prime Minister of India, who is not a member of India.
In fact, the official meeting of the G-7 was supposed to be held on Monday. On Monday, the Prime Minister had to attend these meetings as well as participate in bilateral talks with the heads of many countries. Earlier there was informal meeting between all the heads, there was also a photo session. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi met Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The warmth between the two leaders in these pictures was something to behold.
On Monday, everyone’s eyes were on the G-7. Because during this meeting, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a meeting with US President Donald Trump. The two leaders held bilateral discussions on various issues. There is a lot of talk about Jammu and Kashmir these days. The Trump-Modi meeting was crucial in the event that the Sino-American trade war is on the rise and so is Afghanistan.
On reaching the Prime Minister on Sunday, he first met British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. It was the first talk of Modi and Boris since Boris became Prime Minister. Let me tell you this time the G-7 is being organized in the city of Beritz, France. This time, many things will be talked about, including climate change, commerce, Amazon Fire, and topics that are being discussed worldwide. The main members of the G-7 are Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Britain and the United States.