MODI CAPTIVATES WORLD LEADERS AT ASEAN SUMMIT IN MANILA IN PHILIPPINES ON 12 NOVEMBER 2017
The World’s Greatest Ever Global Diplomacy Emperor, India Prime Minister Narendra Modi was the cynosure of all the Heads of Governments’ EYES as he proved to be the Center of Attraction at the Gala Dinner for all the Nation Heads attending the 12 November 2017, ASEAN (Association of South East Asia Nations) 50th Anniversary Summit Dinner at Manila in Philippines.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Manila on Sunday Evening 12 November 2017 to take part in the 50th Meet of the ASEAN Summit.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also, participate in the East Asia Summit at Manila in the Philippines.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended the Gala Dinner hosted for the World leaders.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi briefly met with the US President Donald Trump, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, Russian PM Dmitry Medvedev, Japanese PM Shinzo Abe and Malaysian PM Najib Razak.
MODI GAVE BIRTH TO U.S, NDIA, AUSTRALIA & JAPAN “QUADRILATERAL” GROUP OF NATIONS
Prime Minister Narendra Modi with focus on China’s Expansionism Activities in the Indo-Pacific & ASEAN Region, initiated the Historic Diplomacy of creating the QUADRILATERAL Group of nations, comprising of India, Japan, Australia and U.S of America.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi got the India External Affairs Ministry Secretary and Other Officials to convene on 12 November 2017, the First “QUADRILATERAL” Meeting of the Diplomatic Officials of the Nations of US, Australia, Japan and India, at Manila in the Philippines.
MODI IS FATHER OF QUADRILATERAL
The Prime Minister Narendra Modi convened “Quadrilateral” Meeting of Officials from the 4 Nations arrived at the consensus agreement on 12 November 2017 at Manila, in Philippines, that the “free, open, prosperous and inclusive Indo-Pacific region will serve the long-term interests of all the Nations in the region and of the entire world.”
The Prime Minister Narendra Modi convened “Quadrilateral” Meeting of Officials from the Four Nations, was held a day before the ASEAN summit begins at Manila in the Philippines Capital on 13 November 2017.
The Prime Minister Narendra Modi convened “Quadrilateral” Meeting of Officials from the Four Nations, also discussed the “common challenges of terrorism and proliferation linkages impacting the region.”
The Prime Minister Narendra Modi convened “Quadrilateral” Meeting of Officials from the Four Nations, got success of the India PM Modi-Diplomacy Strategy to connect the clandestine links between North Korea and Pakistan in the development of their nuclear programmes.
The Prime Minister Narendra Modi convened “Quadrilateral” Meeting of Officials from the Four Nations, was held in a quiet Conference Room at the luxurious Diamond Hotel near the Manila Airport, hours before the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the US President Donald Trump Flew in to the Manila Airport in the Philippines.
During the QUADRILATERAL meeting of officials, key issues of common interest in the “Indo-Pacific region” were discussed, with an eye on China and the aim reaching a common ground on a “free and open” Indo-Pacific — an apparent reference to freedom of navigation on the South China Sea. The officials also discussed North Korea, according to statements issued by the Japanese and the Australians.
The last such meeting took place in 2007, after which Australia had quit such a dialogue mechanism. Chaired by Japanese officials, the meeting lasted over an hour and was attended by two MEA officials namely the Joint Secretary (East Asia) Pranay Verma, who handles India’s relations with China, Japan, North Korea and South Korea, and the Joint Secretary (South) Vinay Kumar, who handles Australia and Philippines among other countries in the region.
The India Statement after the Quadrilateral Meeting was cautious.
The India Statement after the Quadrilateral Meeting said that the discussions focused on cooperation based on “converging vision and values for the promotion of peace, stability and prosperity in an increasingly inter-connected region that they share with each other and with other partners”.
The India Statement after the Quadrilateral Meeting “highlighted India’s Act East Policy as the cornerstone of its engagement in the Indo-Pacific region”, placing focus on the role of ASEAN and Southeast Asia.
Japan’s foreign ministry said they discussed measures to ensure a “free and open international order based on the rule of law in the Indo-Pacific”.
Japan said that the participants discussed the direction for cooperation, including with countries in the region, in “upholding the rules-based order” and “respect for international law” in the Indo-Pacific.
Also part of the discussions, said Japan, were proliferation threats, “including North Korea’s nuclear and missile issues, against which maximized pressure needs to be applied, ensuring freedom of navigation and maritime security in the Indo-Pacific, and countering terrorism and other issues”.
The Australian foreign ministry said that they shared the vision for increased prosperity and security in the Indo-Pacific region and to work together to ensure it “remains free and open”.
“The officials examined ways to achieve common goals and address shared challenges in the region. This includes upholding the rules-based order in the Indo-Pacific and respect for international law, freedom of navigation and overflight; increase connectivity; coordinate on efforts to address the challenges of countering terrorism and upholding maritime security in the Indo-Pacific,” the Australian statement said, directly pointing to Chinese activities in the South China Sea.
Canberra’s statement also named North Korea and said that officials agreed to work together to address threats to international peace and security posed by the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, including the DPRK’s nuclear and missile programmes.
The Australian statement indicated that this was the first of such discussions. “The participants committed to continuing quadrilateral discussions and deepening cooperation on the basis of shared values and principles,” it said.
MODI & TRUMP MEET AT MANILA DINNER ON 12 NOV
The Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the U.S President Donald Trump met briefly during a “gala dinner” hosted by Philippines President Rodrigo Roa Duterte, and are expected to hold a structured bilateral meeting Monday.
The Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet his Australian and Japanese counterparts Malcolm Turnbull and Shinzo Abe in separate bilateral meetings, reflecting a sense of solidarity among leaders of the “Quadrilateral”.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Manila on Sunday to take part in the 50th edition of the ASEAN Summit and, also, the East Asia Summit.
The Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended the Gala dinner organised for world leaders and briefly met with US President Donald Trump, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, Russian PM Dmitry Medvedev, Japanese PM Shinzo Abe and Malaysian PM Najib Razak.
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The Prime Minister is scheduled to meet several world leaders including US President Donald Trump, Japanese PM Shinzo Abe, Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull, Vietnamese PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc, New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern and the Sultan of Brunei Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah starting Monday.
The Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday 13 November 2017, will hold a 45-minute long bilateral meeting with the US President.
U.S President Donald Trump has recently praised the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Modi Government on India’s “astounding” growth story.
India has a major strategic role in the ASEAN Region, as China pushes forward with its military might.
France and Japan have been advocating for increased cooperation with India in the Indo-Pacific region.
India’s proposal to host the International Conference on Countering Islamic Radicalisation and Terrorism Breeding, will also be discussed during the ASEAN Deliberations at Manila. Dates for the Global Conclave are likely to be finalised during the mega-summit of ASEAN and East Asia Nations.
The Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the Three-day Manila visit to the Philippines, will push for the accelerated increase in Global efforts to deal with the rising challenges of Islamic Terrorism and Islamic Radicalisation.
The Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the Three-day Manila visit to the Philippines, will strengthen the Relations for enhanced regional trade.
The ASEAN summit is likely to focus more on trade and investment-related issues.
The Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Leaders at the East Asia Summit are expected to delve deep into issues relating to maritime security, terrorism, non-proliferation and migration.
The Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the ASEAN-India and East Asia summits on Tuesday 14 November 2017.
The Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also take part in the special celebrations of the 50th anniversary of ASEAN.
The ASEAN region, along with India, comprises the combined population of 1.85 billion people, which is one-fourth of the global population and their combined GDP has been estimated at over $3.8 trillion.
Investment from ASEAN to India has been over $70 billion in the last 17 years accounting for more than 17 per cent of India’s total FDI.
The Prime Minister Narendra Modi before flying to Manila on Saturday 11 November 2017, said that India’s participation in the summit symbolises its commitment to continue strengthening relations with the ASEAN members and with the Indo-Pacific region.
The Prime Minister Narendra Modi stressed that the ASEAN Summit at Manila in the Philippines was within the framework of the Modi Government’s Act East Policy.
The Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold Bilateral Meetings with all the heads of Government.
The Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet and interact with the Indian Diaspora Living and Working in the Philippines.
The Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) and Mahavir Philippines Foundation.
The Global Diplomacy Emperor Prime Minister Narendra Modi was praised by the United states of America Donald Trump, Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and all the Heads of Government at the ASEAN 50th Anniversary Summit at Manila in the Philippines on 13 November 2017.