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Must Remove Barriers To Maritime Trade, Says PM Modi At UN Security Council Debate

Must Remove Barriers To Maritime Trade, Says PM Modi At UN Security Council Debate

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PM Modi in UN Security Council debate: Barriers to maritime trade should be removed

PM Narendra Modi has described the ocean as a simple heritage of all

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that there is a need to remove the barriers of maritime trade between different countries. He said this during his address in the UN Security Council debate. PM Modi said that the ocean is our common heritage. Our sea lanes are the lifeline of international trade. The biggest thing is that it is very important for the future of our planet, but this shared heritage of ours is facing many challenges today. Sea routes are being misused for piracy and terrorism. There are maritime disputes between many countries.

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The Prime Minister said that we should create a framework of mutual understanding and cooperation for the use of our shared maritime heritage in this wider context. No country can create such a framework alone, it is possible only through joint efforts. With this thinking we have brought this important matter to the Security Council. With this thinking we have brought this important matter to the Security Council. I am sure that today’s high-level discussion will guide the world on maritime issues. To discuss this brainstorm, I would like to put five fundamental principles before you. First, we should remove barriers in maritime trade, the prosperity of all of us depends on the active flow of maritime trade. The bottlenecks in this can be a challenge for the entire global economy. .

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PM Modi said that for free maritime trade, it is also necessary that we respect each other’s rights. Maritime disputes should be resolved peacefully and in accordance with international law. This is necessary for mutual trust and trust. This is the only way we can ensure global peace and security. The third thing is that we should jointly face natural calamities and maritime trades created by non-state actors. India has taken many steps in this direction. The fourth principle is that we have to preserve the Maritime Environment and Maritime Resources. We have to keep our maritime environment free from pollution like plastic and take common steps against things like overfishing. We have to encourage responsible maritime connectivity. I believe that on the basis of these five principles, a global roadmap for Maritime Security Cooperation can be formed. This topic is of importance to all the members of the Security Council. This is the first time that the topic of maritime security is being discussed as a whole and with a specific agenda. The Security Council has only five permanent members US, China, Britain, Russia and France. At present, India is a non-permanent member of the Security Council for two years. It is worth noting that PM Modi is the first Prime Minister of the country who will preside over an open discussion meeting of the United Nations Security Council. This meeting has been organized to consider all the options to promote maritime security. India has taken over the United Nations Security Council for the month of August.

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