G-20 summit | PM Modi said – COVID pandemic biggest challenge world is facing since WW-II, gave 4 mantras for new global index | PM said – Corona biggest challenge before world after second world war

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PM Modi said that this is a turning point in the history of humanity. Work from Anywhere is now New Normal.

The Kovid-19 epidemic is the world’s biggest challenge since the Second World War. This is a turning point in the history of humanity. Work from Anywhere is now New Normal. These things were said by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the G20 Summit on Saturday. He also suggested making a virtual secretariat of the G-20. India is going to host the G-20 Summit in 2022.

4 mantras given for new global index
The Prime Minister also suggested creating a new global index for the world after Corona. It consists of four things. First – to create a large talent pool. Second – to decide that technology reaches all sections of society. Third- transparency in the governance system and fourth- dealing with our earth in a sense of trust.

He said that the G20 can lay the foundation of a new world based on 4 things. Modi offered to use India’s IT expertise to further improve digital facilities for the G-20’s functioning. King Salman of Saudi Arabia started the summit. Summit online made due to Corona.

Shared efforts will get you out of trouble

Prime Minister Modi tweeted that there was a very meaningful discussion with the G-20 leaders. The combined efforts of the world’s largest economies will bring the world out of this epidemic rapidly. Transparency in our work helps in motivating our society to fight the trouble together and with confidence. A sense of trust for the earth will inspire us for a healthy and holistic lifestyle.

Leaders of 20 richest countries included

The meeting of the G-20, the world’s 20 richest countries, began on Saturday. This time it is being organized by Saudi Arabia. This is the first time that an Arab country has got the responsibility of organizing the event. This 2-day summit is being done online. The meeting is taking place in a very challenging phase due to the ruined world economy due to Corona, the ongoing tension between many countries and the change of power in America.

The issue of climate change may remain at its center. Apart from Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, US President Donald Trump, Chinese President Xi Jinping, Russian President Vladimir Putin and German Chancellor Angela Merkel are also joining it.
Trump’s last meeting with top leaders
The White House has confirmed that Trump will attend the summit on both days. This summit is Trump’s last chance to interact with the world’s top leaders due to his loss to Joe Biden in the presidential election. He is scheduled to leave the White House on January 20 next year.
What is G-20
The G-20 was established in 1999. Its headquarters are in Paris. The organization includes the US, Russia, India, China, UK, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, European Union, France, Germany, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea and Turkey . Spain is a permanent guest member. He is called every year.

Representatives of these countries gather every year to discuss financial and social issues. These countries cover more than 80 percent of the world economy. Two-thirds of the world’s total population lives in these countries. They account for three-fourths of international trade. The first summit of the G20 leaders took place in 2008 in Washington.


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