Conflict-ridden world is not in anyone's best interest, says PM
Conflict-ridden world is not in anyone's best interest, says PM

On September 18 (ANI), New Delhi, India: Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated that the success of the G20 is of 140 crore Indians, adding that India has established a position for itself as “Vishwa Mitra,” while recalling the emotional occasion for the admission of the African Union in the G20 during its chairmanship.

The Prime Minister thanked the Chair for recognising the G20’s achievements in his opening remarks to the extraordinary session of Parliament on Monday.


According to the Prime Minister, the 140 crore Indians, not any one person or political party, are responsible for the G20’s success. The accomplishment of more than 200 events in more than 60 locations around India as a result of India’s diversity. He recalled the emotional occasion of the inclusion and said that India will always be proud of the African Union’s presence in the G20 during its chairmanship.

A agreement was reached for the G20 Declaration, and a future road plan, according to PM Modi, who also noted certain individuals’ negative inclinations to cast doubt on India’s ability.

The Prime Minister endorsed the Speaker’s motion to have a P20 Summit (Parliamentary 20) under his chairmanship, underscoring that India’s G20 Presidency lasts till the prolong day of November and that the country plans to use it to the maximum.

It is an issue of pride for everyone that India has established itself as ‘Vishwa Mitra,’ and the whole world sees India as a friend. The ‘Sanskaars’ we culled from the Vedas and presented to Vivekanand are the causes behind that. We are coming together to bring the world with us thanks to the Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas mantra.

The G20 summit, which included representatives from top international organisations and the heads of state of 30 nations, came to a triumphant conclusion in the nation’s capital on September 10.

With the aim of developing improved cooperation between the G20 member countries, the European Union, and the African Union—which was officially admitted to the group at the New Delhi summit—the summit resulted in the construction of a comprehensive framework.

The high-profile ceremony took place in the cutting-edge Bharat Mandapam at the Pragati Maidan, for which the nation’s capital was decked up for days.

India assumed the G20 presidency on December 1 of last year during the Bali summit and will maintain the position until the end of November.

Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam, which translates to “One Earth, One Family, One Future,” served as India’s theme for the G20 Presidency.

From September 18 through September 22, the Parliament will be in Special Session. Monday at 11 a.m., Parliament’s five-day extraordinary session got underway.

On September 19, the second day of the extraordinary session, MPs will move inside the historic Parliament building, where the session is being conducted today.(ANI)



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