PM Modi got Fiji's highest honor, know why it is special for India - Newztezz Online


Monday, May 22, 2023

PM Modi got Fiji's highest honor, know why it is special for India

PM Modi is on a 6-day foreign trip. He was praised first in Hiroshima and then in Papua New Guinea. The extent to which PM Modi's stature has increased as a global leader can be gauged from his visit.

The extent to which Prime Minister Narendra Modi 's stature has increased in the world can be clearly gauged from his recent foreign visits. From the G7 Summit of Hiroshima to Papua New Guinea, many world leaders were seen praising PM Modi. The Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea James Marepa even touched the feet of PM Modi during his reception. From this, the popularity of PM Modi can be clearly gauged all over the world.

During this, PM Modi has also received two big honors. One of these is Fiji's highest honor and the other is the Ebakal Award of the Republic of Palau. PM Modi has received both these honors in Papua New Guinea. PM Modi has been awarded the highest honor of Fiji.

PM Modi gets Fiji's highest honor

Why Fiji's highest honor is special for India

Prime Minister of Fiji Sitwani Rabuka has honored PM Modi with the Companion of the Order of Fiji. This award is also important for India because so far only a few selected non-Fiji people have received this honor.

Apart from this, PM Modi has also been given the Ebakal Award. In fact, 14 countries participated in the FIPIC summit in Papua New Guinea. On the sidelines of the summit, the President of the Republic of Palau, Surangel S. Whips, Jr. met PM Modi and presented him with the Ebakal Award.

Let me tell you, PM Modi had reached Papua New Guinea from Hiroshima on Saturday evening. During this, he was given state honor. The tradition of Papua New Guinea was also broken to welcome him. It is a tradition in Papua New Guinea that if a guest arrives after sunset, he is not welcomed that day. However, this tradition was changed for PM Modi and he was welcomed with state honours. During this, the Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea James Marepa was also seen touching his feet. After this, he was given a guard of honor at the airport itself.

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