Thousands of civilians have lost their lives in the war between Israel and Hamas. So far, no concrete solution has been found for this war. It is a different matter that today a 4-day ceasefire agreement has been reached between Israel and Hamas. But leaders of Islamic and Arab countries now have high hopes for India to provide humanitarian aid to people trapped in Gaza amid the conflict between Israel and Hamas and to find a permanent solution to the war. In such a situation, the foreign ministers of the Arab League are likely to come to India this week to discuss this issue. Ministers of the Arab world are returning from China on the same leg of their visit aimed at ending the military operation in the Gaza Strip. He will hold talks in New Delhi to highlight Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s emphasis on dialogue and diplomacy.
Leaders of Islamic and Arab countries are coming to Delhi soon to find a solution to this crisis. External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar will also participate in this discussion. All these leaders are coming to Delhi to find a solution to the problems in India amid the crisis in West Asia. It also includes a delegation of Arab and Islamic foreign ministers, who will visit New Delhi. The foreign ministers of Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Egypt and Palestine are expected to visit India. Meanwhile, he will meet PM Modi and External Affairs Minister Jaishankar.
The world is influenced by India’s diplomacy.
The whole world is impressed by Indian diplomacy and strong communication of PM Modi. India has good relations with both Israel and Palestine. In such a situation, Islamic and Arab countries hope that PM Modi will definitely find a permanent solution by talking to both parties. All countries together will appeal to PM Modi to stop the war permanently.
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