The COVID-19 epidemic is the biggest challenge facing the world since World War-II and a turning point in the history of humanity, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said at the G20 summit on Saturday, as he did India’s IT for the skilled. Grouping was offered.
Modi also said that “work from anywhere” COVID is a new normal in the world and suggested the creation of a virtual G20 secretariat.
The Prime Minister also suggested developing a new global index for the Corona world that includes four key elements – building a huge talent pool, ensuring that technology reaches all sections of society, transparency in systems of governance, and the Earth Dealing with mother. A feeling of trust.
Based on this, the G20 could lay the foundation for a new world, he said.
King Salman of Saudi Arabia opened the coronation epidemic as a group of 20 summits this year, this year’s gathering of heads of state, which is being held in a virtual format. India is going to host the G20 summit in 2022.
Prime Minister Modi tweeted, “There was a very meaningful discussion with the G20 leaders. The coordinated efforts of the world’s largest economies will surely lead to a rapid recovery from this epidemic. Thanks to Saudi Arabia.”
“Transparency in our processes helps motivate our societies to fight the crisis collectively and with confidence. A sense of trust towards planet Earth will inspire us to have a healthier and holistic lifestyle.”
Modi offered India’s IT progress to further develop digital facilities for efficient functioning of the G20.
A statement from the Ministry of External Affairs said that the Prime Minister described the COVID-19 pandemic as a turning point in the history of humanity and is the biggest challenge facing the world.
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