PM’s address and interaction at Council on Foreign Relations in New York City

Published By : Admin | September 29, 2014 | 23:40 IST
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"प्रधानमंत्री ने विश्‍व व्‍यापार संगठन पर कहा कि खाद्य सुरक्षा और व्‍यापार सुविधा समझौता एक साथ होने चाहिए"
"प्रधानमंत्री ने अमरीका से इराक में की गई गलती अफगानिस्‍तान में न दोहराने के लिये कहा"
"प्रधानमंत्री ने कहा कि भारत में आतंकवाद विदेशों से संचालित है और इसकी देश में शुरूआत नहीं हुई"

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, addressed the Council on Foreign Relations in New York City today. During his interaction at the Council, the Prime Minister made it clear that while India is not against a trade facilitation agreement, the welfare of the large number of poor people in India must be taken into account, and therefore, agreements on trade facilitation and food security must be secured together.

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In reply to a question on non-alignment and India`s foreign policy, Shri Narendra Modi said that in the 21st century, the world was interdependent, and all countries had a stake in each other`s welfare.

The Prime Minister said terrorism is an enemy of humanity and therefore all humanitarian forces across the world must unite to fight terrorism. He said all terrorism in India was "exported" terrorism, and was not homegrown. He said as far as India was concerned, its symbols were Buddha and Gandhi.

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The Prime Minister said that the United States should not repeat the mistake of Iraq in Afghanistan. He said the withdrawal of forces from Afghanistan should be gradual.

The Prime Minister said, India and the United States had a partnership based on shared values of democracy and openness. He said India and China had the capability to resolve the boundary question and there was no need for arbitration in the matter.

The Prime Minister said people had voted for good governance and development in the recent general elections, and there was an atmosphere of confidence. He said the government was working to reduce red-tape and facilitate investment.

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In reply to a question, the Prime Minister said electricity was now a necessity and his Government was committed to providing 24x7 electricity to people. He said development and environment were not adversaries, and a balance could be achieved. He also spoke about the Government`s initiatives for clean energy.

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PM congratulates India B team (Men's) and India A team (Women's) for winning the Bronze Medal at the 44th Chess Olympiad in Chennai
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The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has congratulated India B team (Men's) and India A team (Women's) for winning the Bronze Medal at the 44th Chess Olympiad in Chennai. The Prime Minister also appreciated the people and the Government of Tamil Nadu for hosting the 44th Chess Olympiad and welcoming the world and showcasing our outstanding culture and hospitality.

The Prime Minister tweeted;

“The just-concluded 44th Chess Olympiad in Chennai witnessed encouraging performances by the Indian contingent. I congratulate the India B team (Men's) and India A team (Women's) for winning the Bronze Medal. This augurs well for the future of Chess in India.”

I congratulate Gukesh D, Nihal Sarin, Arjun Erigaisi, Praggnanandhaa, Vaishali, Tania Sachdev and Divya Deshmukh from our contingent who won board medals. These are outstanding players who have shown remarkable grit and tenacity. Best wishes for their future endeavours.”

“The people and Government of Tamil Nadu have been excellent hosts of the 44th Chess Olympiad. I would like to appreciate them for welcoming the world and showcasing our outstanding culture and hospitality.”