PM Modi at G20 Require Reform in Multilateral Organisations to Make Sure Much Better Worldwide Governance
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In his address on the 2nd and last day of the summit, hosted by Saudi Arabia in the virtual format, Modi also highlighted India’s efforts for inclusive advancement through a participatory technique.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the G20 top on Sunday restated the value of reforms in multilateral organisations to guarantee better global governance for faster post-COVID healing. In his address on the second and final day of the summit, hosted by Saudi Arabia in the virtual format, Modi also highlighted India’s efforts for inclusive advancement through a participatory approach. “Was honoured to address G20 partners once again on the 2nd day of the Virtual Summit hosted by Saudi Arabia,” he tweeted.
” Repeated the importance of reforms in multilateral organizations to ensure better global governance for faster post-COVID recovery,” Modi said in a series of tweets on his address at the summit of the world’s leading 20 economies. At the top, he also emphasised that an Aatmanirbhar Bharat will be a strong pillar of a resistant post-COVID world economy and global value chains.
” Underlined India’s civilizational commitment to harmony in between humanity and nature, and our success in increasing renewable resource and biodiversity,” the prime minister said in another tweet.
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