Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that everyone will have to prosper for the prosperity of humanity. The labor should be focused on the human dignity of every worker rather than just looking at production. Only with this attitude will the conservation of the earth be ensured.
The two-day summit of the G20 began on Saturday. At the same time, PM Modi also attended both the days of this conference. On Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi again addressed the conference on the last day. During this, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said at the G20 summit that instead of being isolated and fighting against climate change, integrated, comprehensive and holistic thinking should be adopted.
PM Narendra Modi emphasized that the whole world can make rapid progress only when large-scale technology and financial support will be provided to the developing nations. In his address on the topic of conservation of earth at the G20 conference, PM Modi said that India is not only achieving its target of Paris Agreement but is doing more than that.
He said, "With our traditional nature of living in harmony with the environment and the commitment of the government, India has adopted the development process of low carbon emissions and climate friendly". PM Modi said that the whole world can progress at a rapid pace only when large-scale technology and financial support is provided to developing countries.
Prime Minister Modi said, 'Everyone has to be rich for the prosperity of humanity. The labor should be focused on the human dignity of every worker rather than just looking at production. Only with this attitude will the conservation of the earth be ensured.
Also attended the first day
Let me tell you that PM Modi attended the two-day 15th G20 summit organized through Saudi Arabia on the first day also. Heads of Governments and Heads of State, European Union, other invited countries and international organizations related to 19 member nations participated in this summit. In the wake of the Kovid-19 epidemic, this summit was conducted through digital medium.