Varanasi: Prime Minister Modi's special video address at G-20 conference today, development model will be discussed

Pankaj Prasad
PM Narendra Modi
PM Narendra Modi

According to the Foreign Minister, there will be a special video address by Prime Minister Narendra Modi before the meeting.

As part of the ongoing G-20 group conferences under the chairmanship of India, the meeting of Development Ministers will start at Hastkala Sankul today. It will be presided over by External Affairs Minister Dr. S. Jaishankar. According to the Foreign Minister, there will be a special video address by Prime Minister Narendra Modi before the meeting. After this, the Group of Ministers will discuss on strengthening diplomatic relations. At the same time, the exchange of technology and cultural heritage will be emphasized.

Discussion on future development model in two sessions

Two sessions are scheduled to discuss the future development model. In the first session, a collective action strategy will be formulated for accelerated progress in multilateralism. The second session will be on green development. In this, all countries will be told the approach of adopting a lifestyle for the environment.

Overwhelmed by the welcome, ministers of G-20 countries will draw a blueprint for urban development

Guests from G-20 countries, which play an important role in the world's economy, reached Kashi on Sunday. Everyone was overwhelmed by the grand reception from the airport to the hotel and the Ganga Ghats. The guests bowed down to the civilization and culture of Kashi and understood its religious importance. Became mesmerized by the grand and wonderful spectacle of the world famous Ganga Aarti in the late evening. Now the development ministers of the G-20 countries will draw a blueprint for development, then make a strategy to implement it.

The three-day (June 11-13) summit of the G-20 countries began with a gala dinner late Sunday evening. Development ministers from different countries were welcomed in the presence of External Affairs Minister Dr. S. Jaishankar and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. It was also said that the round of meetings would start from Monday. Before that all issues will be discussed informally.

Our relationship with Nepal is of roti-beti

Foreign Minister Dr. S. Jaishankar said that our relations with neighboring countries have improved. Our relation with Nepal is of roti-beti. The borders are open here. If a wall is put up on it, it will send a wrong message. On the subject of cooperation with other countries in the field of education and medicine, he said that India's position in the world is unique. Pharma industry is very different in developed countries and they didn't help anyone even during the pandemic. But, India convinced the world in the medical field as well.