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Papua New Guinea will break tradition for PM Modi.
The Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea will greet Prime Minister Modi at James Marape Airport.
The country does not receive foreign guests with state honors overnight.

New Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ongoing overseas trip, which has already earned him several rare honours, has turned into an opportunity to showcase Indian culture. PM Modi in Japan unveiled the statue of Mahatma Gandhi in Hiroshima, which reflects Indian values ​​of peace and non-violence. Prime Minister Modi is now arriving in Papua New Guinea. For this, the government of Papua New Guinea will welcome Prime Minister Modi, breaking with its tradition.

According to the ANI news agency, Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea James Marape will receive Prime Minister Modi upon his arrival at the airport today. This island country located in the Pacific Ocean does not receive foreign guests with state honors at night. But given the importance of India and the growing credibility of Prime Minister Modi on the world stage, the government has made this decision.

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A special exception is being made by the government of Papua New Guinea for Prime Minister Modi and he will be welcomed with full state honours. It is important to mention here that no foreign guests are welcomed with state honors in Papua New Guinea after sunset, but for Prime Minister Modi, this country is going to break this tradition.

In fact, Prime Minister Modi is leaving for Papua New Guinea after attending the G-7 and Quad meeting in Hiroshima and will arrive there late at night. Prime Minister Modi will have a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Marape the following day and will then co-chair the 3rd Forum for India-Pacific Islands Cooperation Summit (FIPIC III Summit) on Monday.

It is known that the leaders of the 14 island countries are arriving in Papua New Guinea to attend this conference. This type of meeting has so far only been organized by the United States and China. But after the year 2015, island countries in the Pacific Ocean region did not hold meetings with China. This will be the third meeting of these countries with PM Modi. Generally, all of these are rarely found together due to connectivity and other issues. Let us tell you that FIPIC was launched in 2014 during PM Modi’s visit to Fiji.

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