PM Modi at UNGA: Covid taught the world that the world economy should be more diversified

PM Modi at UNGA: Covid taught the world that the world economy should be more diversified


Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the world leaders for the past 100 years at the 76th session of the United States General Assembly in New York on Saturday.

“Mr President, for the past year and a half the world has been grappling with the worst pandemic it has seen in 100 years. I pay tribute to all those who lost their lives in this deadly pandemic and offer my condolences to their families, “Modi said.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the world leaders for the past 100 years at the 76th session of the United States General Assembly in New York on Saturday.

“Mr President, for the past year and a half the world has been grappling with the worst pandemic it has seen in 100 years. I pay tribute to all those who lost their lives in this deadly pandemic and offer my condolences to their families, “Modi said.

The corona pandemic taught the world that the global economy should now be more diversified. pic.twitter.com/TbjTi3GJ2o

– PMO India (@PMOIndia) September 25, 2021

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The Prime Minister then highlighted the fundamental values ​​of India that keep the country’s democracy alive and well.

“I represent a country that is proud to be known as the mother of democracy that has existed for thousands of years. On August 15th India entered its 75th anniversary. Our diversity is the identity of a strong democracy, ”he said.

“The strength of our democracy is shown in the fact that a boy who helped his father at a tea stand in a train station speaks for the fourth time as prime minister before the UN,” he added.

“Yes, democracy can deliver. Yes, democracy delivered. Today is the birthday of Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyaya, the proponent of ‘Ekatma Manav Darshan’, which means integral humanism or the common development journey, the expansion from the self to the universe, ”he said.

Prime Minister Modi stressed that development should be inclusive and said India is moving on the path of equitable development that aims to benefit every citizen regardless of social and economic status.

“According to the principle of ‘antyodaya’ – where no one is left behind – India is moving forward today on the path of integrated, just development. Our priority is that development should be all-encompassing, all-encompassing, universal, and one that nourishes all. Today over 360 million people who previously could not even imagine that this would be possible now have insurance coverage as security. By providing over 500 million free health treatments in hospitals, India has given them access to quality health services, ”he said.

“When India grows, the world grows. When India reforms, the world changes, ”he said.

He also pointed out that innovations in science and technology are helping India provide better services to its people.

“Today we use drones to populate over 600,000 villages, we give people their digital records of their homes and their land. These digital records will not only reduce ownership disputes, but also improve access to credit and bank loans, ”added Modi.

“The science and technology-based innovations taking place in India can make a huge contribution to the world. the scalability of our technology and its cost effectiveness are unparalleled, ”he said.

Modi also spoke of India’s commitment to tackling climate change.

“India is fast moving towards its goal of 450 gigawatts of renewable energy. You will be excited to see the progress India has made in combating climate change, “he said, adding,” We are in the process of building the world’s largest green hydrogen hub. “

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