Prime Minister Narendra Modi was conferred with the highest honours by Fiji and Papua New Guinea during his recent visit to Papua New Guinea for the third India-Pacific Islands Cooperation (FIPIC) Summit.
These island nations recognized PM Modi's remarkable achievements by presenting him with their highest civilian awards.
In a remarkable recognition of his global leadership, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was conferred with a rare honour for a non-Fijian: "The Companion of the Order of Fiji" by his Fijian counterpart, Sitiveni Rabuka.
This prestigious award underscores PM Modi's exceptional contributions on the international stage.
On the other hand, for his exceptional dedication to fostering unity among Pacific Island countries and leading the Global South, Prime Minister Modi was honoured with the Grand Companion of the Order of Logohu (GCL), the highest civilian order of Papua New Guinea.
This prestigious award, which is rarely conferred upon non-residents of the island nation, acknowledges PM Modi's remarkable contributions and commitment.
Prime Minister Modi's exceptional leadership and forward-thinking vision have garnered him the highest civilian honours from numerous nations, highlighting his instrumental role in elevating India's global standing.
These accolades not only underscore his remarkable contributions but also signify the strengthening ties between India and countries worldwide.