PM Modi in Rome: For the first time since the Corona epidemic, the leaders of the world’s economic superpowers sat face to face for the summit. Many important global issues are on the agenda of this conference in Rome. Including climate change, the corona pandemic, economic recovery, and the global minimum corporate tax.
During this, PM Modi mentioned the Corona epidemic and India’s efforts in dealing with it. Along with this, he also gave the mantra of One Earth One Health at the conference.
PM Modi raised the issue of corona and health
PM Modi tweeted, “Today’s proceedings at the G20 were comprehensive and productive. On the vision of ‘One Earth, One Health’, I spoke about India’s contribution to the global fight against COVID-19, advancing innovation in healthcare, highlighting issues such as the need for a resilient global supply chain, and leveraging technology.
Jaishankar meets US Secretary of State
At the same time, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar met US Secretary of State Antony Blinken in Rome on the sidelines of the G20. The Secretary of State tweeted, “Had a very good meeting with the US Secretary of State. There was extensive discussion on issues related to our partnership. Updated each other on important regional concerns.”
Indian Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla tell the global energy crisis raise in the meeting. Although the first meeting of the G20 focused on health issues. In the first session, PM Modi highlighted India’s contribution in fighting against Kovid 19. He mentioned India’s medical supplies to over 150 countries and spoke about our vision of One Earth, One Health which reflects a collaborative approach in the fight against Corona. Which welcome by world leaders in the G20.
Production of 500 crore doses of vaccine by the end of next year
Shringla informed that PM Modi invited G20 countries to make India their partner in economic recovery and supply chain diversification. He also put forward the fact that despite the challenges of the pandemic, India remained a reliable partner in terms of reliable supply chains. The PM informed that India is ready to produce 5 billion (500 crores) doses of the vaccine by the end of next year. We also believe that WHO’s EUA will open the way to assist other countries by approving the vaccine.
Discussion on climate change with PM from Singapore
He said that PM Modi discussed global efforts on climate change with the Prime Minister of Singapore. Dealing with the Kovid epidemic and vaccinations also discuss. The Prime Minister of Singapore congratulated Prime Minister Modi for the rapid vaccination drive in India.
Also met the Pope, accepted the invitation to come to India
Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla said there was a personal meeting between Prime Minister Modi and Pope Francis. During this, many issues were discussed which included the covid pandemic, future preparedness for the health sector in India, climate change, etc. The two were supposed to meet for 20 minutes, but it lasted an hour. Pope Francis also accepted PM Modi’s invitation to visit India. He told PM Modi, you (PM Modi) have given me a wonderful gift. I am looking forward to visiting India. Shringla said that as far as PM Modi’s meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron is concerned. There was a mention of the caucus but it was not a major topic. There was no discussion on the quad during this time.
The inaugural session focused on global health and economy
The inaugural session of the Group of 20 Heads of State talks focused on global health and the economy. Along with this, some prominent leaders on the sidelines of the program also discussed the upcoming steps regarding Iran’s nuclear program. Italy, the organizer of the summit, expects the G20 countries to make important climate commitments ahead of the global climate summit beginning in Glasgow on Sunday. Let us tell you that most of the heads of state who come to Rome will leave for Glasgow as soon as the G-20 talks are over. On the eve of the meeting, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned of the failure of the Glasgow meeting due to weak commitments of the more polluting nations. At the same time, he is also called on the G-20 countries to overcome dangerous doubts on mutual and developing countries.
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