Need to find way to return to path of ceasefire and diplomacy in Ukraine: PM at G-20 summit | India News

BALI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday stressed the need not to push for any restrictions on energy supply and called for stability while again insisting on addressing problem Ukraine conflict through diplomacy.
In his speech at the upcoming G-20 summit, Mr. Modi said that climate change, the Covid-19 pandemic, developments in Ukraine and related global issues have caused havoc in the world. world when the global supply chain is in a state of “ruin”. .
The prime minister’s call not to introduce any restrictions on energy supplies comes amid calls from the West to resist Russian oil and gas purchases ahead of Moscow’s invasion of the country. Ukraine.
“India’s energy security is also critical to global growth, as it is the world’s fastest growing economy. We must not push for any restrictions on energy supply. and need to ensure stability in the energy market,” Modi said at the food and energy security session, which was also attended by world leaders such as the US President. Joe Biden and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on behalf of the president Putin.
He said India is committed to clean energy and the environment.
“By 2030, half of our electricity will be generated from renewable sources. Reasonable and timely financing and sustainable technology delivery to developing countries are essential. for a comprehensive energy transition,” he added at the summit held in this Indonesian city.
The Prime Minister also praised Indonesia for its leadership of the G20 in a challenging global environment.
“Climate change, the Covid-19 pandemic, developments in Ukraine and the global issues associated with it. All of these things together are causing havoc in the world. Global supply chains are getting worse. ruined,” Modi said.
“There is a crisis of necessities, essential goods worldwide. The challenge for poor people in every country is increasingly heavy. Daily life for them has been a struggle.” he said.
Prime Minister says the poor cannot afford to deal with “double pain”
“Due to their dual predicament, they lack the financial capacity to handle them,” he said. Nor should we hesitate to admit that multilateral organizations like the United Nations have not been successful on these issues. .
“And we’ve all failed to implement the reforms that are right for them. So today the world has more expectations from the G-20, our group’s involvement has become important. more,” he added.
Regarding the Ukraine conflict, he mentioned repeatedly the call to resolve the crisis through negotiations.
“I have said many times that we must find a way back to the path of ceasefire and diplomacy in Ukraine. Over the past century, the Second World War has devastated the world,” he said.
“Then the leaders of the time made serious efforts to follow the path of peace. Now it is our turn. The responsibility of creating a new world order for the post-Covid era rests on our shoulders. “, he noted.
The prime minister said the need now was to show “concrete and collective determination” to ensure peace, harmony and security in the world.
“I am confident that next year when the G20 meets in the holy land of Buddha and Gandhi, we will all agree to convey a strong message of peace to the world,” he said.
G20 consists of 19 countries: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Turkey, UK, USA and European Union (EU).


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