New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will participate in the G7 summit. PM Modi will address three sessions of G7. In this episode, he will also participate in this event today on 12 June i.e. Saturday and tomorrow i.e. Sunday 13 June. There will be a total of 3 addresses of PM Modi in this conference of 2021 this year. Which are being considered important from the global point of view along with India.
PM Modi to address the 3 sessions
According to the information received from the summit, in the PM’s address, the focus will be on the world’s return to the same and environmental issues with strength in the Corona period. According to the report of Zee News’s affiliate international channel Wion, this time because the UK is leading the G7, the whole world will be watching PM Modi’s address in these three important sessions.
Focus on these topics
The G-7 includes the UK, USA, Canada, France, Germany, Italy and Japan along with the European Union. While hosting the summit, Johnson said that it is really heartening to see that for the first time since the pandemic last year, a major event is being held directly. Along with India, Africa, Australia and South Korea have been invited as guest countries. PM Modi will address three sessions through the digital medium on Saturday and Sunday.
This time in G7, the Coronavirus, free trade and environment are going to be discussed in detail. More focus will be on how to free the world from the corona epidemic and then make a strong comeback.
India became goodwill partner in 2019
PM Modi was also made a part of G7 in the year 2019 as a Goodwill Partner. After this, he was invited in 2020 too, but then the conference had to be cancelled due to Corona. Speaking of this year’s summit, British PM Boris Johnson inaugurated the G-7 summit on Friday in Cornwall with a message to learn from the pandemic that there was a need to repeat the mistake of the last major economic recession of 2008. It is not when there is not equal development in all the sections of the society.
Johnson said in the inaugural address, ‘I think this meeting is happening because we need to learn from the epidemic. We have to make sure that we don’t repeat the mistake that we did in the last 18 months and we have to take measures to bring the economy back on track.’
India’s growing role in the global context
Before PM Modi, three big Union Ministers of the Government of India have also participated in this conference according to their ministries. Health Minister Harsh Vardhan, Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar and Union Electronics and Information Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad also participated in the conference.