PM Modi to hold COVID-19 review meeting with Chief Ministers tomorrow

Narendra Modi

For humanity to prosper, every single individual must prosper, he said.

Modi also reiterated the importance of reforms in multilateral organisations to ensure better global governance for faster post-COVID recovery.

The prime minister briefly spoke about climate change as well, saying the world needs to deal with the environment and nature as "trustees rather than owners", and work towards a "holistic and healthy lifestyle". "Such an approach would be the best guarantee for safeguarding our planet", he said.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to hold virtual meetings with chief ministers on November 24 to review the response of states and Union Territories to the COVID-19 crisis, News18 has reported.

In a press release, the Ministry of External Affairs said that Modi urged world leaders at the summit to shift their focus from capital and finance to multi-skilling and reskilling to create a "vast human talent pool". The Paris accord was adopted at the United Nations climate conference "COP 21" held in the French capital in 2015 with an aim to reduce hazardous greenhouse gas emissions.


"We have made LED lights popular". "Based on this, the G20 can lay the foundation of a new world", the prime minister said.

India is making next-generation infrastructure such as metro networks, water-ways and more, he said.

India would achieve its targets of increasing renewable energy capacity to 175 gigawatts by 2022 and 450 gigawatts by 2030 ahead of schedule, Modi added. With plans to mobilise billions of dollars, train thousands of stake-holders, and promote research and development in renewable energy, the ISA will contribute to reducing carbon foot-print.

The covid-19 pandemic and an uneven, uncertain global recovery were the two issues that leaders of the G20 summit focused on the first day of a two-day summit under the chairmanship of Saudi Arabia.

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