Warships are deployed on behalf of participating nations for security reasons.
These warships are deployed to deal with any emergency.
Each country sends these warships for the security protocol of their head of state.
Nasa Dua (Indonesia). After the G-20 summit was over, the warships of all countries left for their respective countries. All these warships were stationed in the Bali Sea because of the G-20 summit. In such an event, these warships are deployed by all participating countries for security reasons. These warships are deployed to deal with any emergency. Each country sends these warships for the security protocol of their head of state. Now, after the end of the G-20 summit, with the return of the leaders, the return of these warships from Nusa Dua beach has also started.
Leaders of the world’s largest economies gathered for day two on Wednesday in Bali, Indonesia. In the joint statement by the G-20 leaders, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s earlier statement was reiterated once again. In which Prime Minister Modi had declared that “the era of today should not be one of war”. During a bilateral meeting in Samarkand in September, Prime Minister Modi told Russian President Vladimir Putin that “this is not an era of war”.
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The G-20 leaders’ joint statement indicates the need to uphold international law and the multilateral system that protects peace and stability. This includes upholding all the purposes and principles enshrined in the Charter of the United Nations and respecting international humanitarian law, including the protection of civilians and infrastructure in armed conflict. The statement said the use or threat of use of nuclear weapons is unacceptable. The peaceful resolution of conflicts, efforts to overcome crises as well as diplomacy and dialogue are important. Today’s era should not be one of war.
(Entrance – Neeraj)
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