Live from the G7 summit in Hiroshima, Prime Minister Modi has expressed his intention to voice the concerns of the Global South. The leaders of seven influential democratic nations have assembled at this historic location, where the world's first atomic attack took place.

During the summit, PM Modi emphasized India's desire for normal and friendly relations with Pakistan, emphasizing that the responsibility lies with Islamabad to create an environment free from terrorism and hostilities. He further reiterated India's commitment to safeguarding its sovereignty and dignity.

In regard to India-China relations, PM Modi emphasized that the future development of their relationship should be built upon mutual respect, sensitivity, and shared interests. He stressed the importance of peace and tranquility in border areas for maintaining healthy bilateral ties with China.

As part of his visit to Hiroshima, PM Modi is expected to hold bilateral meetings with several world leaders participating in the G7 Summit. His agenda includes addressing global challenges such as food, fertilizer, and energy security.

Prime Minister Modi has arrived in Hiroshima, Japan, for the G7 meeting, which will take place from May 19 to 21.