The 48th G7 summit is being held from 26 to 28 June this year at the Bavarian Alps in Germany. During this time, leaders from seven of the world’s leading nations – the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, France, Italy, Japan, and Germany join together to talk about issues of global concern. PM Modi from India, Argentinian President Alberto Fernandez, and leaders from Senegal, South Africa, Indonesia, and Ukraine were also invited.
India took this opportunity to send out a powerful message, advocating for the impact of climate change, food security, health, counter-terrorism, gender equality, and democracy. The Prime Minister in an official statement had earlier said that “I will be exchanging views with G7 countries, G7 partner countries, and guest international organizations on topical issues….. I look forward to meeting leaders of some of the participating G7 and guest countries on the sidelines of the summit.”
The issue of climate change has always been one of the key topics of discussion at the G7 summit. The PM himself highlighted that India’s dedication to climate commitments is evident from its performance. He further mentioned that the clean energy sector has emerged as a major domain in India and developed economies should invest in this arena. Meanwhile, other nations have focused on the ongoing Russia-Ukraine crisis, global economy and discussing partnerships for infrastructure and development.
കൈരളി ഓണ്ലൈന് വാര്ത്തകള് വാട്സ്ആപ്ഗ്രൂപ്പിലും ലഭ്യമാണ്. വാട്സ്ആപ് ഗ്രൂപ്പില് അംഗമാകാന് ഈ ലിങ്കില് ക്ലിക്ക് ചെയ്യുക.
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