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Need to identify sustainable solutions that can transform our societies, economies: PM Modi at Global South Summit

Global South Summit: Prime Minister Narendra Modi emphasised the importance of the Global South’s “equivalent voice” on the international stage on Thursday, saying that their voice is India’s voice, and their goals are also India’s goal.

PM Modi remarked virtually at the first leaders’ session of ‘Voice of the Global South: For Human-Centric Development,’ “We helped each other in the fight against foreign rule, and we can do it again in this century to establish a new world order that would protect our citizens’ well-being. Your priorities are India’s priorities, and your voice is India’s voice.” The Summit intends to bring together countries from the Global South on a common platform to express their perspectives and concerns.

He added that India has always shared its development expertise with the developing world.

“The necessity of the hour is to discover simple, scalable and sustainable solutions that can alter our societies and economies. Despite the obstacles that the developing world faces, I am confident that our time will come. “It is also critical to discover simple, scalable, and long-term solutions that can revolutionise our cultures and economies,” PM Modi said.

On India sharing its growth model with the Global South, PM Modi remarked, “We, the global South, have the highest stakes in the future. Our countries are home to three-fourths of the world’s population. India has always shared its development expertise with the world’s developing countries. Our development relationships span all areas and industries. During the epidemic, we provided medications and vaccinations to over 100 countries. India has always advocated for poor countries to play a larger role in defining our shared future.”

“We have seen this in the repercussions of the Covid pandemic, climate change, terrorism, and even the Ukraine crisis,” he added of the current global environment and concerns about conflict, terrorism, political tensions, rising food, fertiliser, and fuel prices, and climate change.

“We have seen this in the repercussions of the Covid pandemic, climate change, terrorism, and even the Ukraine crisis,” he added of the current global environment and concerns about conflict, terrorism, political tensions, rising food, fertiliser, and fuel prices, and climate change.

“We have completed another terrible year marked by war, strife, terrorism, and global political tensions. Rising food, fertiliser, and fuel prices, natural calamities caused by climate change, and the long-term economic impact of the Covid epidemic. The world is clearly in a state of crisis. It’s difficult to say how long this state of flux will persist. Most global difficulties were not generated by the Global South, but they have a greater impact on us “PM Modi was also mentioned.

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