India becomes G20 chair country, Prime Minister Modi ‘collaborates to solve problems’ | Reuters

On December 1, Prime Minister Narendra Modi (pictured) of India, as he assumed the presidency of the Group of 20 countries and regions (G20), pledged to bring the world together to tackle the greatest challenges of change in the climate, terrorism and pandemics. He said they must cooperate. Representative photo taken at the G20 summit held in Bali in November (2022 REUTERS)

[ムンバイ 1日 ロイター] – The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, announced today as he assumed the presidency of the Group of 20 (G20), that the world must work together to tackle the biggest challenges of climate change, terrorism and pandemics.

“Our time does not have to be a time of war, indeed it should not,” said Modi in a statement published to an Indian newspaper on the occasion of the G20 presidency.

“The biggest challenges we face – climate change, terrorism and pandemics – can only be solved by working together, not by fighting each other,” he said.

It also aims to depoliticize the supply of food, fertilizer and medicines so that geopolitical tensions do not lead to global turmoil.

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