PM Modi :”During G20, India emerged as a ‘Vishwa Mitra'”

India became a "Vishwa Mitra" during the G20, according to PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi recalled the emotional moment when the African Union was admitted to the G20 during India’s presidency. He added that India has carved out a place for itself as the “Vishwa Mitra” and that 140 crore Indians are responsible for the success of the G20. In his opening remarks at the special session of Parliament on Monday, PM Modi expressed his gratitude for the Chair’s acknowledgment of the G20’s success.

The success of the G20, according to the prime minister, is due to the 140 crore Indians and not to any one person or political group. The success of more than 200 events in more than 60 locations throughout India is a testament to the diversity of that country. “India will always feel pride for the inclusion of the African Union in G20 during its presidency,” he said recalling the emotional moment of the inclusion. 

Pointing out the negative tendencies of a few people to create doubt about the capabilities of India, the PM Modi stated that a consensus was achieved for the G20 Declaration and a roadmap for the future was created here.

The Prime Minister supported the Speaker’s motion to hold a P20 Summit (Parliamentary 20) under his chairmanship, reiterating that India’s G20 Presidency runs through the last day of November and that the country intends to make the most of it.

He said, “It is a matter of pride for all that India has carved a place for itself as ‘Vishwa Mitra’ and the entire world is seeing a friend in India. Reasons for that are our ‘Sanskaars’ that we gathered from Vedas to Vivekanand. The Mantra of Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas is uniting us to bring the world with us.”

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