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From Sudan to Ukraine and Elsewhere, India Emerged as ‘Biggest Relief Provider’: PM Modi in UAE

From Sudan to Ukraine and Elsewhere, India Emerged as ‘Biggest Relief Provider’: PM Modi in UAE

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, during his speech in Abu Dhabi, outlined that India has emerged as a ‘global leader’ for its humanitarian role in the conflict-stricken regions of the world.

Speaking to the Indian communities gathered at the ‘Ahlan Modi’ event at Zayed Sports City Stadium in Abu Dhabi, Prime Minister outlined that India has been the ‘biggest relief provider’ at the forefront of the war recovery efforts for many countries of the world.

India, according to Prime Minister, has donned a distinctive role among major democracies worldwide in supplying humanitarian assistance due to its strategic neutrality. In Asia, India, world’s second largest nation and the fifth largest economy, has reflected ambivalence and has reached out to support Sudan, Ukraine and other countries devastated by conflicts.

World views India as a ‘Viswa-Bandhu’

During his address to more than 60,000 expatriate Indian communities packed into the Zayed Sports City Stadium, Prime Minister noted that the world views India as a “Viswa-Bandhu,” an ally that they can look up to. India, said PM, has not only helped in recovery efforts and provided humanitarian assistance to countries worldwide, but it has also stood for its own citizens living overseas in times of dire need. “Whenever Indian citizens faced hardship or issues anywhere in the world, we’ve come to their rescue,” Prime Minister stressed, adding that India has lent assistance to Ukraine, Sudan and other nations.

External Affairs Minister, Dr S Jaishankar, has often alluded to the divisions and divergences of the globe over the wars. India, however, assuming neutrality has stepped forward to send the humanitarian aid and help countries worldwide. Prime Minister Modi, shed light on India’s role as a relief provider on the world stage making references to Ukraine-Russia War, Sudan crisis and other conflicts.

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