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Bharat playing role of bridge between Global South, developed democratic countries: Expert

“Bharat playing role of bridge between Global South, developed democratic countries: Expert”, Organiser, June 23, 2023:

“Ever since assuming office in 2014, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has displayed “increasing ambition to strengthen India’s global diplomacy and governance,” writes Jinali Yang for Newsweek.

PM Modi, in various global conferences led by India, has steadily focussed on India’s yearning to engage in dialogue with major powers such as the United States and Europe, as well as its intention to lead developing countries.

In its G20 presidency in September 2023, India will not only strengthen its position as the leader of the “Global South” but also will magnify the voice of southern countries….”

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