Today at the G20 Summit in Bali, Indonesia, on Tuesday 15th November, 2022, Prime Minister Narendra Modi discussed the conflict in Ukraine.
He demanded a truce and requested that the international community find a way to bring the war-torn nation back to peace. On November 24, the conflict in Ukraine will have lasted nine months. This has impacted the world’s food and fuel supply chains.
“He said time and time again: we need to find a way to get Ukraine back on the path of diplomacy and a cease-fire. The Second Planet War wrecked damage on the world throughout the last century. Following that, the leaders of the era made a concerted effort to follow the road of peace. It’s now our turn.
As the world’s fastest-growing economy, India’s energy security is crucial for global prosperity. Energy supply limitations must not be supported, and market stability must be guaranteed.
India is dedicated to sustainable energy and the environment, he continued. “Half of our power would be generated from renewable sources,” PM Modi emphasized by the year 2030. “Time-bound and inexpensive funding and sustained supply of technologies to underdeveloped nations is vital for inclusive energy transformation,” he said.
Months after telling Russian President Vladimir Putin that “today’s period is not of war,” Prime Minister Modi made his most recent statements about the conflict on a world stage.
“I am aware that we do not live in a time of conflict. The fact that democracy, diplomacy, and discussion affect the entire globe was a topic we talked with you on the phone a number of times, according to PM Modi. He has discussed the crisis with both Putin and Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky on a number of occasions.
Top international leaders, including US President Joe Biden, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, and Chinese President Xi Jinping, are attending the meeting in Indonesia, where the Prime Minister landed on Monday evening.