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External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has called upon international leaders to make a better world for our children like one global family. 

Speaking at the Nelson Mandela Peace Summit in New York last night, Mrs Swaraj said that world is still beset with conflicts, terror and hateful ideologies that are transcending borders and impacting the lives. She said, no one should be allowed to support terror or its perpetration. 

The Minister said India considers Nelson Mandela as one of its own and his life is an inspiration for all. Mrs Swaraj said, he showed fearlessness and courage in the face of discrimination and adversity. 

She said, India cherishes its special relationship and longstanding partnership with Africa and its people. She said the close bonds between the two countries are reflected in the philosophy of Mandela and Mahatma Gandhi. 

Mrs Swaraj said, both of them led their peoples to freedom through mass peaceful struggles. She said, they made all efforts to overcome the divisive and narrow identity politics to turn diversity of a society into its strength, instead of a weakness




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