PM Modi at G20: Coordinated efforts of the world’s largest economies will lead to a faster recovery from Covid-19
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Saturday that the coordinated efforts of the world’s largest economies will surely lead to a faster recovery from the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) pandemic.
Prime Minister Modi made the remarks on Twitter after virtually attending the G20 Summit.
“I had a very fruitful discussion with the G20 leaders. The coordinated efforts of the world’s largest economies will surely lead to a more rapid recovery from this pandemic. He thanked Saudi Arabia for hosting the Virtual Summit, ”he tweeted.
“At the G20 Summit, I presented the need to develop a new global index based on talent, technology, transparency, and stewardship towards the planet,” he said in a subsequent tweet.
The prime minister also emphasized versatility and retraining “to create a talent pool” that will enhance the dignity and resilience of workers. “The value of new technologies must be measured by their benefit to humanity,” Prime Minister Modi said.
“Transparency in our processes helps inspire our societies to fight the crisis collectively and with confidence. The spirit of fiduciary stewardship towards planet Earth will inspire us to lead a healthy and holistic lifestyle, “said Prime Minister Modi adding,” We offered IT expertise from India to further develop digital facilities for efficient operation. of the G20 “.
This year’s G20 Summit will be held via video conferencing due to Covid-19 and will be hosted by Saudi Arabia. In addition to Prime Minister Modi, Chinese President Xi Jinping, Russian President Vladimir Putin, and US President Donald Trump are among the other leaders who share the platform.
During his opening speech, G-20 President King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia said that this year has been an “extraordinary year” as the pandemic caused an “unprecedented impact that affected the world. whole in a short period of time, causing global economic and social losses ”.
“We take extraordinary measures to support our economies by injecting more than $ 11 trillion to support individuals and businesses. We have a duty to face the challenge together during this summit and give a strong message of hope and tranquility to our peoples through the adoption of policies to mitigate this crisis, ”he said.
King Salman said that while progress is being made in the development of vaccines, therapies and diagnostic tools for coronavirus, countries must create the conditions for affordable and equitable access to these tools for people.