new Delhi: The two-day summit of the G20 has started on Saturday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi also attended this conference.
Addressing the G20 conference, PM Modi said that the Corona crisis is the turning point in the history of humanity. He said, “the world is doing the biggest challenge after the second world war”
After the meeting, PM Modi tweeted, “There was a very fruitful discussion with the G-20 leaders. Coordinated efforts by the world’s largest economies will surely bring rapid recovery from this epidemic. Saudi to host virtual summit Thank you Arab. “
Had a very fruitful discussion with G20 leaders. Coordinated efforts by the largest economies of the world will surely lead to faster recovery from this pandemic. Thanked Saudi Arabia for hosting the Virtual Summit. # G20RiyadhSummit
– Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) November 21, 2020
Shah Salman of Saudi Arabia started the G20 summit on Saturday and appealed for united efforts to tackle the corona virus infection.
Due to the Corona crisis, this time the G20 summit is being held online, where the heads of various countries will address the conference not online, but in person. Shah Salman said in his address, “It is our duty to unite against this challenge in this conference and give a message of hope and reassurance.”
Saudi Arabia is the chairman of the G20 this year and is hosting this virtual summit in which leaders of the world’s most prosperous and most developed economies such as America, China, India, Turkey, France, Britain, Brazil and other countries Are attending The outgoing US President Donald Trump may also address the summit.
Shah Salman said, “The Kovid-19 pandemic is like an unexpected shock which has affected the whole world in a very short time and has caused global economic and social harm.”
During this time, the leaders of the G20 pledged to share information, share the material needed for research, share clinical data and strengthen the health system.
Countries also promised to work together to raise funds to develop a vaccine against infection. Shah Salman also appealed to the G20 leaders to cooperate in a coordinated manner with the developing countries.
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