PM Modi targeted two neighbouring countries at UNGA without naming them: Former diplomat

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Pune (Maharashtra), Sep 26 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi's address at the 76th United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) was the "topmost among his all addresses at the UNGA" as he targeted "two of our neighbouring countries" without naming them, former diplomat Gautam Bambawale said on Saturday. While speaking to ANI, former Indian Ambassador to China Bambawale said, "PM Modi's speech was the best among his all addresses at the UN as he raised various issues which are not relevant only to India but to the world. It was a statesman kind of address and PM Modi's best address in the UN."He added that PM Modi said that no country should make Afghanistan a political tool for harbouring terrorist groups against any other country."What I liked the most was that PM Modi without mentioning our neighbouring country's name made these remarks.

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