‘Compare 11/26 to Pulwama and Uri’: Jaishankar on Modi’s foreign policy | Latest news India

Foreign Minister S Jaishankar addressed a public event in Ahmedabad on Tuesday and said he wants people to understand what he, as foreign minister, does. “You must have read that the foreign minister travels to the United States, Australia, and other places,” he told young people. But what do I do? I want people to understand what I do or what a foreign minister does. ” Foreign relations. There are two aspects: first, it is to introduce India to the world and also to bring the world to India.”

The world is now ready for India, Jaishankar said, adding that the Modi government has foreign policies for 10 days, 10 months, and 10 years. “There are three aspects of Modi’s foreign policies. The focus is on security, development, and people. There is PM Modi’s vision and there is also delivery. We have foreign policies for 10 days, 10 months, and 10 years and all of this is being planned simultaneously,” Jaishankar said.

The responsibility for these 10 years is with the public, while the vision is with Prime Minister Modi and the commitment is with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Speaking of the two major factors in today’s world, Jaishankar said that “changing America’ and the ‘rising China’ are the two most important developments.” “China has been gaining strength economically, politically, and militarily. At the same time, we have a new America in front of us today, “Jaishankar said.

Referring to Covid, the iPhone manufacturing in India, and the fuel price increase as a result of the Russia-Ukraine crisis, Jaishankar said: “Don’t think that foreign policy, diplomacy is something that is outside the country. No, they are related to your daily life.

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On PM Modi’s foreign policy security approach, Jaishankar said: “We all know that India has always been a victim of terrorism. But now our view on it has changed. You can compare it to what happened in Mumbai in 2008 and in Uri and Pulwama. You can see how confident our government has been in its policies. “


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