Modi addressed the 20th Summit on Emergency Humanitarian Aid for Afghan Citizens

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi delivered a message of uninterrupted humanitarian assistance to the people of Afghanistan at the G20 summit. The Indian Prime Minister attended the G20 summit in Afghanistan on Tuesday. Narendra Modi is there to talk about Afghanistan. Italy convenes G20 summit

The G20 summit was held on Tuesday under the chairmanship of Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi. Issues related to the humanitarian situation were discussed at the meeting. Concerns about terrorism were also discussed at the summit. And the main focus is on human rights and humanitarian assistance for the citizens of Afghanistan.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi welcomed the initiative of the Italian G20 summit to convene a meeting to review the current situation in Afghanistan. He emphasized the centuries-old relationship between India and Afghanistan. Modi further noted that over the past two decades, India has contributed to the socio-economic development and capacity building of youth and women in Afghanistan. He reminded that India has implemented more than 500 development projects in Afghanistan.

The Prime Minister noted that the Afghan people have a great sense of friendship with India. As much as every Indian feels the suffering of the Afghan people, he is sympathetic to their hunger and malnutrition. He stressed the need for the international community to ensure immediate and unhindered access to humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan.

Modi tweeted that during the summit, he called for urgent uninterrupted humanitarian assistance for Afghan citizens. The Prime Minister also stressed the need to ensure that the Afghan territory, regionally or globally, does not become a source of radicalism and terrorism. He also conveyed the message of the joint fight against radicalism, terrorism, and drug and arms smuggling in the region from the platform of the G20 summit.

Modi called for an inclusive administration in Afghanistan, including women and minorities, to limit the spread of socio-economic security and radical ideology over the past 20 years. He spoke in support of the UN Security Council but said that maintaining some independence was important for Afghanistan. In short, Modi shared his thoughts on neighboring Afghanistan at the G20 summit.