Prime minister Narendra Modi Attended the G-20 Virtual Summit on Saturday night and speaking in Corona virus Epidemic Described the biggest challenge after World War II and a turning point in the history of humanity.
Giving a message of solidarity, he said that by trying together, the world’s largest economies will be able to overcome this epidemic quickly.
He also suggested making the G-20 a digital secretariat.
Prime Minister Modi tweeted and told how the meeting was
Talking about his address in the meeting by tweeting, Prime Minister Modi said, “There was a very constructive dialogue with the leaders of the G-20. The coordinated efforts of the world’s largest economies will surely help in rapidly recovering from this epidemic. For organizing digital conference Saudi Arab Thanks to
He said that in the conference he put forward the need to create a new global index based on talent, technology, transparency and protection of the home.
The Prime Minister has said all his four points
Explaining these points, Prime Minister Modi said, ‘The use of multi-skilling and re-skilling to create a talent pool will enhance the dignity and flexibility of our workers. The value of new technologies should be measured on the basis of the benefits they bring to humanity. Transparency in our processes helps our societies fight for crises collectively and with confidence. A sense of protection towards planet Earth will inspire us for a healthy and holistic lifestyle. ‘
India’s IT skills offer to develop digital facilities in G-20
In the meeting, Prime Minister Modi also offered India’s Information Technology (IT) skills to develop digital facilities for effective functioning of the G-20.
According to the statement of the Ministry of External Affairs, Prime Minister Modi also said that ‘working from anywhere’ in the world after Kovid-19 is a new normal situation and based on this, he suggested the creation of a digital secretariat of G-20. gave.
King of Saudi Arabia also insisted on fighting the epidemic together
First time before G-20 Summit Saudi Arabia’s King Salman bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud, hosting the two-day conference, insisted on fighting the Corona virus epidemic simultaneously.
He said, “It is our duty to face challenges together during this summit and give a strong message of hope and assurance to our people by adopting policies to mitigate this crisis.”
G20 summit going online for the first time
Let us know that this is the first time in the 20-year history of the G-20 since its establishment in 1999 that its summit is going virtual. Apart from this, this is also the first time that a G-20 conference is being organized in an Arab country.
The group comprises the 20 largest economies in the world and is one of the most powerful global groups beyond the United Nations (UN).