November 30, 2022

‘Need of time to take concrete steps for world peace’, read PM Modi’s big talk at G20

Addressing a session of the G20 summit on Tuesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the world today has more expectations from the G20.

PM Modi attended the G20 meeting.

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Updated: November 15, 2022 | 10:59 am




Addressing a session of the G20 summit on Tuesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the world today has greater expectations from the G20 and the group’s relevance has increased. Prime Minister Modi During this time he spoke to world leaders about the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine. “I have repeatedly said that we must find a way back to diplomacy and a ceasefire in Ukraine,” he said. Meanwhile, Indonesian President Joko Widodo said on Tuesday g20 summit Called on world leaders to abide by the UN Charter and stop the war. He was referring to the Russia-Ukraine conflict.

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Highlights of PM Modi’s speech at G20 meeting-

  1. Referring to climate change, the Covid-19 global pandemic and the Ukraine crisis, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said about the role of the United Nations in a challenging global environment that multilateral institutions like it have failed to address global challenges.
  2. PM Modi said, ‘We should not hesitate to admit that multilateral institutions like the United Nations have failed to address global challenges.’ Prime Minister Modi said, ‘I have repeatedly said that we must find a way to return to the path of ceasefire and diplomacy in Ukraine.’
  3. Prime Minister Modi said that it is the need of the hour to take strong and collective action to ensure peace, harmony and security in the world. The Prime Minister said that the global supply system has collapsed, there is a shortage of essential commodities all over the world. The responsibility of creating a new world order after the covid-19 global pandemic is on our shoulders.
  4. PM Modi said the challenge is greater for the poor citizens of every country. Everyday life for him was already a struggle. Prime Minister Modi said, I am sure that when the G-20 meeting is held in the land of Buddha and Gandhi next year, we will all send a strong message of peace to the world.
  5. Prime Minister Modi said that India’s energy security is important for the development of the world. India is the fastest growing economy in the world. India has always been committed to clean energy and environment. By 2030 we will generate 50 percent of our electricity from clean energy.

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