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Many global issues may not seem economic but, carry significant economic cost: PM Modi
Foremost challenge is Climate Change where Paris Agreement showed way forward: PM Modi
The international community must stand and act in unison and respond against terrorism: PM Modi
 
At the concluding session of G20 on "Other Issues Affecting World Economy", PM Narendra Modi said, “Many global issues may not seem economic but, carry significant economic cost. He added, “Foremost challenge is Climate Change where Paris Agreement showed way forward. Focus shouldn't just be on early ratification, but full success.”
 
 
The PM said that we have to safeguard climate justice and that requires affordable financing & environmentally sound technology for developing countries. The PM mentioned, “We must uphold principles of equity and CBDR and curb reckless consumption and encourage lifestyles in harmony with nature.”
 
 
Speaking on terrorism, PM Modi said, “A terrorist is a terrorist”. He expressed grave concern over increasing spread of terror. He urged the international community to stand and act in unison and respond against terrorism.
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Defence Minister of Japan calls on the Prime Minister
August 20, 2018
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Mr. Itsunori Onodera, Defence Minister of Japan, called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi today. Prime Minister Modi recalled his long association with Japan, since before assuming office as Prime Minister, and welcomed the broadening and deepening of the Special Strategic and Global Partnership between India and Japan in recent years.

Prime Minister Modi said that Defence Cooperation is a key pillar of the relationship between India and Japan. He welcomed the strengthening of various defence dialogue mechanisms between the two countries, and the enhanced linkages between the armed forces of India and Japan. The Prime Minister also appreciated the progress in defence technology cooperation between the two countries.

Prime Minister Modi warmly recalled the successful visit of Mr. Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister of Japan, to India last year, and said that he is looking forward to visiting Japan later this year.