PM Modi G-20 Summit Have To Return Path Of Ceasefire And Diplomacy In Ukraine

PM Modi G-20 Summit: The G20 summit has started today...

PM Modi G-20 Summit: The G20 summit has started today in Bali, Indonesia. In his address, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, representing India in the conference, especially expressed his views on the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine. He said, “I have repeatedly said that we must find a way to return to the path of ceasefire and diplomacy in Ukraine. In the last century, World War II wreaked havoc on the world. After that there was an attempt to adopt the path of peace. Now It’s our turn. The onus lies on our shoulders to build a new world order for the post-Covid era.”

The Prime Minister further said, ‚ÄúToday’s fertilizer shortage is tomorrow’s food crisis, which the world will not have a solution for. Energy security was also mentioned in the address.

‘India committed to clean energy and environment’

“India’s energy-security is also important for global growth, as it is the fastest growing economy in the world. We must not promote any restrictions on energy supply and ensure stability in the energy market,” the Prime Minister said. India is committed to clean energy and environment.”

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PM Modi said that by 2030, half of our electricity will be generated from renewable sources. An inclusive energy transition requires timely and affordable finance and a sustainable supply of technology to developing countries.

PM Modi met Joe Biden and Emmanuel Macron

Prime Minister Narendra Modi also met US President Joe Biden and French leader Emmanuel Macron at the G-20 summit. Opening the summit, Indonesian President Joko Widodo asked world leaders to abide by the UN Charter and called for an end to the “war” in the context of the raging Russia-Ukraine conflict.

Biden and Jinping meeting

At the same time, US President Joe Biden met with Chinese President Xi Jinping. He directly objected to China’s “coercive and increasingly aggressive actions” towards Taiwan. “Under the current circumstances, China and the US share almost the same interests with each other,” Xi told Biden during their three-hour talks in Bali, Indonesia, a statement issued by Beijing’s foreign ministry said. Said Beijing does not seek to challenge the US or change the existing international order, calling on both sides to respect each other.

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