Making a suo motu statement in the Lok Sabha, she said Prime Minister Narendra Modi's foreign visits have advanced the pursuit of a secure and stable environment that India needs to accomplish its development goals.

These visits will contribute in a significant measure to the mission of accelerating economic growth, boosting investment, creating jobs and transforming the quality of life of our people, she said in a statement on the recent trips of Modi to the US, Myanmar, Australia, Fiji and Nepal.
    
Swaraj gave details of the engagements and outcome of these visits along with foreign policy engagement ever since the NDA government came to power in May.
    
"In the past six months, we have moved with speed and resolve, rarely seen in Indian external engagement, to rebuild our partnerships across the world," she said.

 



The government has "set new milestones and reached new frontiers in India's foreign policy. The global response has been just as unparalleled," the Foreign Minister said.
    
Giving an overview of the recent developments in India's foreign policy, she said, "In the last few months, Prime Minister has laid out a clear vision of India's role and place in the world; signalled willingness to assume leadership expected from the world's largest democracy; and demonstrated ability to turn commitments into action and convert opportunities into outcomes."

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