PM Modi French President Macron’s Concerns Over Red Sea

PM Modi French President Macron's Concerns Over Red Sea

PM Modi French President Macron’s Concerns Over Red Sea: Both Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Emmanuel Macron of France are very worried that the war in the Middle East could get worse, even to the Red Sea. They said that international law of the sea should be respected and that people should be able to freely sail in the Red Sea. They met for talks at a fancy palace in Delhi on Thursday, when they were the main guests for Republic Day events.

PM Modi French President Macron’s Concerns Over Red Sea

The terrorist attack on Israel on October 7 was highly condemned by both Modi and Macron, who also said they stood with the people of Israel. They stressed how important it was to follow international humanitarian law and make it possible for help to reach the people in Gaza who are suffering. Both leaders said that all hostages should be freed right away and without conditions. They also said that there needs to be a political process that leads to a two-state solution for the Israeli and Palestinian people so that there is lasting peace and security in the region.

Both Modi and Macron were also very worried about the war in Ukraine and the terrible effects it was having on people’s lives. They stressed how important it was to have a full, fair, and long-lasting peace that followed international law and the UN Charter’s ideals. They made it clear that they strongly disagree with all kinds of terrorism, even terrorism that happens across borders. They also promised to work together to stop this worldwide threat.

Modi and Macron both agreed that no country should give safe haven to people who fund, plan, back, or carry out terrorist acts. They wanted everyone to work together to stop all terrorists, even if that meant labeling terrorists or people connected to groups on the UN Security Council 1267 Sanctions Committee’s list.

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