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Raksha Rajya Mantri Ajay Bhatt to Attend UN Peacekeeping Ministerial Meeting in Ghana

Raksha Rajya Mantri Shri Ajay Bhatt is scheduled to undertake an official visit to Accra, Ghana, from December 05 to 06, 2023, to participate in the United Nations Peacekeeping Ministerial Meeting. The Department of Peace Operations, UN, and the Republic of Ghana are jointly hosting this crucial gathering, which aims to address security and operational challenges faced by UN peacekeepers worldwide.

UN Peacekeeping Ministerial Meeting Objectives:

The UN Peacekeeping Ministerial Meeting serves as a platform to deliberate on the security and operational hurdles encountered by UN peacekeepers across the globe. The meeting aims to garner support for these vital peacekeeping missions that contribute to maintaining stability and peace in conflict-ridden regions. India, a staunch supporter of international peacekeeping efforts, has consistently been at the forefront by deploying the maximum number of troops and providing essential equipment for various UN Peacekeeping missions.

India’s Role in UN Peacekeeping:

India’s commitment to UN Peacekeeping missions is underscored by its continuous contributions, reflecting a steadfast dedication to global peace and security. The Indian Armed Forces have played a pivotal role in several UN missions, showcasing the nation’s willingness to contribute to international stability. Raksha Rajya Mantri Ajay Bhatt’s participation in this meeting reinforces India’s commitment to addressing challenges faced by UN peacekeepers and reaffirms its role as a responsible stakeholder in global peacekeeping efforts.

On the sidelines of the UN Peacekeeping Ministerial Meeting, Raksha Rajya Mantri Ajay Bhatt is scheduled to engage in bilateral meetings with participating Ministers from various countries. These discussions will center on defence cooperation matters, aiming to enhance and fortify engagements between India and its international counterparts. Such bilateral dialogues contribute to fostering stronger ties and collaborations in the realm of defence and security.

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