9th edition of the three-day Raisina Dialogue ended

Feb 23, 2024 - 18:06
9th edition of the three-day Raisina Dialogue ended
9th edition of the three-day Raisina Dialogue ended

New Delhi. The ninth edition of the three-day Raisina Dialogue held in the national capital concluded on Friday, with around 2500 participants from over 100 countries. In the dialogue, those issues were discussed which are giving a new shape to the world order.

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Important discussions were held on various issues like innovation, multilateralism, pluralism and global governance in various sessions held on the last day. During this, Indian Air Force Chief Air Chief Marshal V.R. Chowdhury, Foreign Minister of Latvia Krisjanis Karins, former Prime Minister of Canada Stephen Harper, Foreign Minister of the Republic of Slovakia Juraj Blanner, Foreign Minister of the Czech Republic Jan Lipavsky, Foreign Minister of Nepal Narayan Prakash Saud and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ghana Shirley Aryakor Botshawe and Albania's Minister of Foreign Affairs Igli Hassani presented his views.
Foreign Minister Dr. S. Jaishankar expressed his views in the dialogue panel – ‘The Wonk Tank: Where Expert Meets Authority’ organized on Friday. He discussed the reform of the global order with many global writers, scientists and thinkers.

Earlier, Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the Raisina Dialogue on Wednesday and stressed on reforms in other global institutions including the UN. Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, who attended the inaugural session as the chief guest, said that India is a great power on the world stage and an important ally for peace and security. During the dialogue, External Affairs Minister Jaishankar met his counterparts from various countries and think tanks and discussed enhancing cooperation with India.

The theme of the 2024 dialogue was kept as Chaturanga. That is, Conflict, Contest, cooperate and Create. Raisina Dialogue is an annual conference to discuss geo-political and geo-economic issues, organized by the Ministry of External Affairs in collaboration with the Observer Research Foundation (ORF). Through this, India's relations with the world are continuously becoming stronger.

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