New Delhi. PM Narendra Modi is known for his unique style of working. Ever since he became PM in 2014, PM Modi has brought tremendous changes in the functioning of the central government. PM Modi is also the first Prime Minister to show the charisma of delivering the benefits of schemes directly to the people. Modi has once again shown this different way of working. This time the leaders of G-20 countries saw this different style of Modi. The proposal made by Modi at the conclusion of the G-20 summit has probably never happened in the history of this organization till date.
#WATCH , G 20 in India | Prime Minister Narendra Modi says, “…As you all know India has the responsibility of G20 presidency till November 2023. In these two days, all of you gave a lot of suggestions and placed proposals. It is our duty that the suggestions we have received be… pic.twitter.com/qvdoCyKnXq
— ANI (@ANI) September 10, 2023
In his speech at the closing session of the G-20, Modi proposed that a virtual meeting of the organization be held in November this year also. Modi said that India has the presidency of G-20 till November this year. There are still two-two and a half months left in this, so why don’t we hold a virtual meeting in November and see how much progress we have made regarding the things we have decided in this summit meeting. It is clear that Modi wants to see this himself and also wants to show the world that G-20 is not just a platform for people to hold meetings and talk big. Modi wants to show what the 20 most powerful countries of the world together are actually doing for the world.
So it should be assumed that in November 2023, there will once again be a virtual summit of G-20 countries under the chairmanship of Modi. In that conference, the progress of the goals set by all the countries and the newly joined African Union will be discussed. Every day some change happens in the world. There are things like geo-political, economic, security, whose situation changes every moment. In such a situation, the virtual meeting proposed by PM Modi will be effective in making the G-20 countries more relevant.