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Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to Hiroshima, Japan for the first time after the Pokhran nuclear blasts that took place during the Prime Ministership of Indira Gandhi and Atal Bihari Vajpayee. It is being told that during this period, the heads of the G7 countries including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and the heads of the guest countries will also be introduced to the families whose relatives were victims of the nuclear attack in Hiroshima.

Foreign affairs experts believe that one of Japan’s intentions behind this may also be to create the role of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) on ’emotional ground’ in Hiroshima in front of Prime Minister Modi. Although India has already been saying in international forums that its nuclear program is for peaceful purposes. During the visit of Prime Minister Modi to Japan, new hopes are visible in terms of promoting business activities between India and Japan.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is the second PM after the country’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, who is reaching Hiroshima. Foreign affairs expert and senior diplomat SN Prakash say that Modi’s participation in the G-7 is a sign of India’s increasing importance at the international level. He says that in the last few years, the manner in which India has earned fame in the whole world by setting awe among the developed countries at the international level.
Because of that the eyes of the whole world are fixed on India. Foreign affairs experts believe that Prime Minister Modi will stay in Hiroshima because Hiroshima is the only city where the first nuclear attack took place and its affected families are still facing the brunt of that attack. Foreign affairs experts believe that Japan is also planning to introduce nuclear-armed countries to families in Hiroshima who have suffered the brunt of the attack.

Foreign affairs experts and senior diplomats say that many countries, including Japan, want to implement the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) with nuclear-rich countries across the world. Because India has been considering NPT as discriminatory since the beginning and talks about adopting its nuclear program only for peaceful purposes. Despite this, other nuclear-rich countries have been negotiating with other countries, including India, on several platforms in the past to agree on this treaty.
Foreign affairs experts believe that for the first time, Prime Minister Modi is also reaching the Peace Memorial Hall in Hiroshima. Which has been prepared in memory of the people killed in the atomic attack in Hiroshima and the families who suffered the brunt of the destruction that followed. It is also believed that on the emotional ground itself, Japan will also try to convey the message of unanimity in terms of NPT to the nuclear-rich countries of the world.

In view of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s foreign visit, the Foreign Secretary says that the PM is leaving for Hiroshima on Friday morning to attend the G-7 countries meeting. The PM will hold bilateral talks with the PM of Japan after various meetings during his visit. Modi will also unveil the statue of Mahatma Gandhi in Hiroshima.
Foreign Service officer SN Prakash, who has served in Eastern countries including Japan, says that Japan has already taken many steps towards making India its big business partner. He says that G7 countries once used to hold 64 percent of the world’s economy. But due to the changing situation and the increasing pace of developing countries like India, this share of G7 countries has come down to less than 37 percent.

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