November 15, New Delhi: The 17th G20 summit 2022 started on 15th November with the theme “Recover together Recover stronger” at Bali Indonesia. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, called for ceasefire diplomacy to resolve the ongoing Russia–Ukraine War.
While addressing the G20 summit, Modi said that, climate change, the Covid-19 pandemic, the developments in Ukraine and the global problems associated with it have ruined global supply chains. Prime Minister Modi further said that, being world’s first growing economy, India’s energy-security is important for global growth.
By generating half of our electricity from renewable sources by 2030, India will fulfil its commitment of clean environment and sustainable energy. Initially Indonesian President Joko Widodo warned to the members saying that “We should not divide the world into parts. We must not allow the world to fall into another world war,” he said in remarks before the summit’s first session.
Talking about Russia Ukraine war, PM Modi said that, ceasefire diplomacy should be implemented to solve this issue. India will take the initiative for ceasefire diplomacy for world peace.
After second world war, the global leaders of that time took efforts for world peace. In post covid period we should take efforts for the same. During the G20 summit 2023 at India which is holy land of Gandhi and Buddha, we all will meet and convey strong message of peace to the world.
Addressing the session on Food and Energy Security, PM says, “There is a crisis of essentials, essential goods all over the world. The challenge for the poor citizens of every country is more severe,” PM further said, “Today’s fertilizer shortage is tomorrow’s food crisis, for which the world will not have a solution. We should build a mutual agreement to maintain the supply chain of both manure and food grains stable and assured.”
PM Modi will address the Indian community residing in Indonesia in a cultural programme organized for PM’s welcome by them.