PM praises public research on his monthly radio show 'Mann Ki Baat'
PM praises public research on his monthly radio show 'Mann Ki Baat'

8 September, New Delhi: On Friday, as the G20 leaders meeting was about to begin, Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated that he was looking forward to having fruitful conversations with global leaders over the course of the next two days.

On September 9-10, 2023, the historic Bharat Mandapam in New Delhi will play home to the 18th G20 Summit. India is the first country to hold a G20 summit. Over the next two days, I hope to have fruitful conversations with global leaders,” he said in a series of X postings.


To that end, he continued, “I am confident that the New Delhi G20 Summit will pave a new path in the human-centric and inclusive development.”

The concept that all people on Earth belong to a single global family is central to Indian culture, therefore the slogan “Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam – One Earth, One Family, One Future,” chosen by India to represent the country during its G20 presidency, rings true for us. During its G20 Presidency, India prioritised openness, ambition, decisiveness, and action. We made sure the Global South’s developmental concerns were heard,” Modi stated.

“India also puts a premium on advancing growth in a manner that prioritises people. Following in Gandhi Ji’s footsteps by helping those at the bottom of society is crucial. At the G20 Summit, I will preside over discussions on “One Earth,” “One Family,” and “One Future,” all of which will address pressing global concerns. Modi noted that one of them is promoting “strong, sustainable, inclusive, and balanced growth.”

We want to develop multilateral institutions for the twenty-first century in order to speed up the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals and the Green Development Pact for a sustainable future. Future-focused industries like tech disruption and digital public infrastructure are very important to us. Together, he continued, “we will also work to advance gender equality, women’s empowerment, and global peace.”

To further strengthen existing ties of friendship and collaboration, Modi has announced that he would be conducting bilateral talks with a number of leaders and heads of delegation.

I know that everyone who visits us will feel the genuine warmth of Indian hospitality. On September 9, President Droupadi Murmu, also known as Rashtrapati Ji, will throw a banquet.

On October 10th, the leaders will gather at Rajghat to pay their respects to Gandhi Ji. Together as ‘One Family,’ for a better ‘One Earth,’ the G20 Leaders will present their vision for a sustainable and fair ‘One Future’ at the Closing Ceremony that same day, Modi stated.



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