‘The world is passing through a state of crisis’, PM Modi said at the Voice of Global South summit – न्यूज़लीड India

‘The world is passing through a state of crisis’, PM Modi said at the Voice of Global South summit

‘The world is passing through a state of crisis’, PM Modi said at the Voice of Global South summit


Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday addressed the Voice of the Global South summit in the presence of world leaders. He said that the world is currently passing through a crisis situation.

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oi-Neeraj Kumar Yadav

Updated: Thursday, January 12, 2023, 15:03 [IST]

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Global South Summit: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday addressed the inaugural session of the Voice of Global South Summit. During this, he also mentioned various global challenges arising due to war and terrorism. PM Modi said that the world is currently passing through a crisis situation. It is difficult to predict how long this crisis will last. During his address, PM Modi expressed concern over rising prices of food, fuel and fertilisers, the economic impact of COVID-19 as well as natural disasters arising out of climate change.

During his address in the presence of several leaders from various developing countries, he said that it is clear that the world is in a state of crisis. Most of these global challenges have not originated from the Global South. These challenges affect us nonetheless. PM Modi said that India has always shared its development experience with its “brothers from the Global South”.

The PM said that as India begins its G-20 chairmanship this year. It is natural, then, that we aim to amplify the voice of the Global South. Let us tell you that India is hosting a two-day summit to bring together the countries of the Global South. The conference provides a common platform to share their common concerns related to various global challenges including food and energy security arising out of the Ukraine conflict.

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The ‘Global South’ broadly refers to countries in Asia, Africa and South America. The theme of the leaders’ opening session at the conference is “Voices of the Global South – for Human-Centric Development”. While the concluding session of the leaders will be on “Unity of Voice-Unity of Purpose”.

According to the information, ten sessions will be organized in the summit. Out of which four sessions will be held on Thursday, while six sessions will be held on Friday. Leaders and ministers from 10-20 countries are expected to participate in each session.

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