Coronary epidemic faces major challenge after World War II: PM Modi in G20

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said at a G20 conference on Saturday that the Kovid-19 epidemic is the biggest challenge facing the world since World War II and a turning point in the history of humanity. He advocated the development of a new global index based on talent, technology, transparency and protection in the post-Coronal world. PM Modi said that in the post-Kovid world, ‘working from anywhere is a new normal,’ and suggested the creation of the G20’s Digital Secretariat.

The G20 conference was started by Shah Salman of Saudi Arabia. Due to the coronavirus epidemic this year, the nation’s heads of group member states are meeting digitally. India will host the G20 conference in 2022. Prime Minister Modi tweeted, “Very constructive talks with G20 leaders. The concerted efforts of the world’s largest economies will surely lead to a rapid response to this epidemic. Thanks to Saudi Arabia for hosting the digital conference.

At the G20 summit, Modi suggested developing a new global index, which included four key elements – creating a great talent, ensuring access to technology for every section of society, bringing transparency to governance, and looking at land conservation. It is on this basis that the G20 can write a new world.

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He tweeted, “Transparency in our processes motivates our societies to fight crises with collectiveness and trust. A sense of protection for the earth inspires us to have a healthier and holistic lifestyle. The Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the Prime Minister has been painted.

He called for decisive action by the G20, which would not only restore the economy, strengthen employment and trade, but also focus on land conservation. PM Modi said we are all future defenders of humanity. At the conference, the prime ministers pledged greater transparency in governance arrangements, which motivates our citizens to face common challenges and boost confidence. PM Modi presented India’s information technology skills with the aim of developing digital facilities for the efficient operation of the G20.

Despite the emphasis on capital and finance over the past few decades, the prime minister has stressed that the time has come to focus on multi-tasking and re-skilling to create a larger pool of human talent. He said this would not only increase civic respect but also make it more capable of dealing with the crisis of citizens.

PM Modi said any evaluation of the new technology should be based on its ease of life and its impact on quality of life. The conference was attended by 19 Heads of States, European Union, Heads of State or other Heads of State from other invited countries and representatives of international organizations.