PM at G20: Coordinated efforts by biggest economies will cause quicker recovery from pandemic
Speaking at the top, Modi stated that coordinated efforts by the largest economies of the world will undoubtedly cause quicker healing from Covid-19
Prime Minister Narendra Modi goes to the 15 th G20 top via video conferencing, in New Delhi on Saturday. (ANI Photo)
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday attended the 15 th edition of the G20 Top, chaired by Saudi Arabia this year.
Speaking at the top, Modi said that collaborated efforts by the largest economies of the world will undoubtedly cause much faster recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Modi tweeted that he had an extremely productive discussion with the G20 leaders and thanked Saudi Arabia for hosting the summit essentially. Chinese President Xi Jinping, US President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin were among the leading world leaders who joined Modi through video conferencing to discuss the worldwide effect of the coronavirus pandemic.
” At the G20 Top, I advanced a requirement to develop a new global index based on talent, technology, transparency and trusteeship towards the planet,” he said in another tweet.
” Openness in our processes assists in inspiring our societies to fight crisis collectively and with self-confidence. Spirit of trusteeship towards world Earth will influence us for a healthy and holistic lifestyle,” Modi added.
In another tweet, the Prime Minister stated: “Multi-skilling and re-skilling to construct a skill pool will enhance dignity and resilience of our employees. Value of brand-new technologies must be determined by their benefit to mankind. #G20 RiyadhSummit.”
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