Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been conferred with the best honours by Fiji and Papua New Guinea. PM Modi was conferred with the island nations’ highest civilian awards throughout his current go to to Papua New Guinea to attend the third India-Pacific Islands Cooperation (FIPIC) Summit.
PM Modi was conferred with the “The Companion of the Order of Fiji” by his Fijian counterpart Sitiveni Rabuka for his world management, in a uncommon honour for a non-Fijian.
“Big Honour for India. Prime Minister Modi has been conferred the best honour of Fiji by the PM of Fiji: Companion of the Order of Fiji in recognition of his world management. Only a handful of Non-Fijians have acquired this honour up to now,” the Prime Minister’s Office stated.
Prime Minister Modi devoted the honour to the individuals of India and to the generations of the Fiji-Indian group, who’ve performed a key function within the particular and enduring bond between the 2 nations, the Ministry of External Affairs stated on Twitter.
Papua New Guinea conferred its highest civilian order, Grand Companion of the Order of Logohu (GCL), on PM Modi for championing the reason for unity of Pacific Island nations and spearheading the reason for Global South. Very few non-residents of the island nation have acquired this award.
An honour emblematic of depth of 🇮🇳-🇵🇬 relationship.
Governor-General Sir Bob Dadae of Papua New Guinea conferred PM @narendramodi with nation’s highest civilian award, Grand Companion of the Order of Logohu (GCL). pic.twitter.com/CZGnfcd44e
– Arindam Bagchi (@MEAIndia) May 22, 2023
PM Modi has been conferred highest civilian honours by a number of nations. These recognitions are a mirrored image of PM Modi’s management and imaginative and prescient which has strengthened India’s emergence on the worldwide stage. It additionally displays India’s rising ties with nations all over the world.