Financial crises, pandemics, and terrorism have shown that global governance has failed in its mandate, We have to focus on what unites us, not what divides us: PM Narendra Modi
Srinagar, 02 March (CNI): India has chosen the theme for its G20 presidency “One Land, One Family, One Future” and this indicates the need for unity of purpose and unity of action, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi that the experience of the last few years, financial crises, pandemics, terrorism, shows that global governance has failed in its mandate.
According to the monitoring desk of Current News of India (CNI), while addressing the meeting of foreign ministers of the G20 countries, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that multilateralism is in today’s crisis, but we stressed that the G20 has the full capacity to deliver effective results.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the experience of the last few years, the financial crisis, pandemic, and terrorism shows that global governance has failed in its mandate. “We are meeting at a time of critical global division,” he said. Naturally, this meeting of foreign ministers will be influenced by today’s geopolitical tensions.
Prime Minister Modi said, “India has chosen the theme of ‘One Earth, One Family, One Future’ for its G20 presidency.”This indicates the need for unity of purpose and unity of action. Prime Minister Modi said that as the G20 President, India has tried to give voice to the Global South, developing countries are the most affected by global warming due to rich countries.
India tried to give a clear voice to the Global South during its G20 presidency. No group can claim global leadership without listening to those most affected by its decisions, he says “As you meet in the land of Gandhi and Buddha, I pray that you will be inspired by the cultural ethos of India. Not to focus on what divides us, but on Focus on what unites us.” (CNI)