Foreign Secretary Harshavardhan Shringla has said that the Prime Minister’s visit to the United States has been a comprehensive and useful visit which allowed for high-level interactions. Foreign secretary said this when he was interacting with media persons in New York after the Prime Minister’s address to the UN General Assembly.
Mr. Shringla further in his statement added that the Prime Minister’s highlighted upon key areas like democracies can deliver.
The Prime Minister highlighted the flagship schemes of the present government related to banking the unbanked, insurance and housing facilities to the last mile.
Making India a hub of manufacturing too came to the fore, he added as the Prime Minister invited vaccine manufacturers to come and Make in India.
The foreign secretary while interacting with media told that there was unity and convergence on Afghanistan among the QUAD nations.He added that a rule based international order has been the key to have a free, open and inclusive Indo Pacific.
Mr. Shringla also said that G-4 nations- India, Japan, Germany and Brazil have expects reforms at the United Nations Security Council and a permanent seat for them at the world body.
He added that the Prime Minister’s call for reforms at Security council is in the same direction as he calls for reformed Multilateralism at United Nations.