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Ardern invites PM Modi to visit New Zealand, hails ‘stronger than ever’ ties
Prime Minister of New Zealand Jacinda Ardern and NID Foundation chief patron Satnam Singh Sandhu unveiled two books in New Zealand.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern invited her Indian counterpart Narendra Modi to visit the island nation.
In the ‘Vishwa Sadbhavna’ event where two books depicting PM Modi’s governance were unveiled in the presence of external affairs minister S Jaishankar.
Ardern Being the Chief Guest said that New Zealand and India share a lot of things amongst them, and that the relationship between the two countries has been growing stronger and there is a massive potential for the growth in the times to come.
“In a world that is becoming increasingly volatile, New Zealand and India share a lot of things. Both the nations care for our democratic traditions and share an interest in a peaceful and prosperous Indo-Pacific region.
We share concern for climate change and we have similar passions for celebrating different cultures and traditions. Engagements like today’s, not only strengthens our relationship, but also progresses our aspirations.”
“As the two countries, New Zealand and India celebrate the 70th anniversary of formal diplomatic relations , I am happy to note that our ties are growing stronger than ever. The trade between the two countries continued despite the global challenges and I see a massive potential for the growth in coming times.”
“Bringing Down The Dreams To Life” at the Kiwi Indian Hall of Fame Awards 202, Jaishankar hailed PM Modi’s achievements as a head of government in state and Centre.
“Prime Minister Modi inspires 20 years in office and many more still to come. The energy in the room today reiterated this faith shared by so many across the world.”