NEW DELHI: The next four or five months will be an especially busy time for Indian diplomacy. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in Hiroshima as a special invitee to the G7 summit. Apart from his bilateral meetings on the sidelines of the G7 summit, he would join leaders of the Quad (comprising the U.S., India, Japan and Australia) for a huddle. On the next leg of his visit, Modi will visit Papua New Guinea and be the first Indian PM to travel to the Pacific Island nation for the third Forum for India-Pacific Islands Cooperation (FIPIC) summit, followed by a visit to Australia. In this episode of ‘Simply Nitin’, StratNews Global Editor-in-Chief looks ahead to the other global engagements of India in the months ahead.
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