India should work for a condition where everyone benefits: At the Indo-Pacific dialogue was Rajnath Singh

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said the Indo-Pacific region is still vital to the regional, as well as the global economy . India emphasizes the importance of ASEAN in our efforts in this region, according to Prime Minister Narendra Modis most recent G20 meeting .

New Delhi, India, November 25, : Defence Minister Rajnath Singh stressed the importance of the Indo-Pacific region on Friday and expressed the country's desire for constructive engagements in the region for shared prosperity and security, adopting the concept of multi-alignment and a win-win situation for all.Singh said the Indo-Pacific region is still vital to the regional, as well as the global economy.The Indo-Pacific region is also crucial to the economic growth of the region, according to Singh, who delivered a keynote address in New Delhi.India emphasizes the importance of ASEAN in our efforts in this region, according to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's most recent G20 meeting, with the G20 communiqué confirming that now is not the time for war; it is rather, India is there to assist other nations in achieving their full potential.

India has also been supporting the concept of multi-alignment, according to the Defence Minister.We believe in a multi-aligned strategy that is implemented by diverse interactions with multiple actors, so that views and concerns of all can be discussed and discussed for a bright future for all,' Singh said, recalling India's history of multi-alignment.Singh also said that India has consistently attempted to engage with its partners in constructive engagements in the region.According to the minister, we have also introduced the ASEAN-India Partnership on Marine Plastic Pollution Response in the United Nations Environmental Protection Agency (EPA-MSRP) in the hopes of restoring the marine ecosystem.

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