Polarization in the world is also reflected among G20 members, but India, during its presidency, must ensure that everyone comes together to work on global issues like climate change, former Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla said on Saturday. .
Shringla, who is the Senior Coordinator of the G20 Chair of India, spoke on ‘G20 University Connect’ at Symbiosis. International University here. The theme or motto of the G20 summit under the Indian presidency, ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’ (one world, one family) “exemplifies Indian foreign policies reaching out to the whole world,” he said.
“The polarization that exists in the world also affects the members of the G20, so we have, on the one hand, the G7, (United States of) America, Europe, Japan and Australia. On the other hand, we also have Russia and China,” the former diplomat said. “We, as part of the G20 presidency, must work to ensure that Russia and Porcelain meet with G7 to work on issues that are important to the world,” he added. India understands that there are strong differences between these countries, but the world needs solutions to issues related to sustainable development, global debt, climate change and global organizations need reformed for better trade and smoother movement of goods and services, he said Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s approach to “bringing countries together” is valued globally, and has helped India build a resilient economy for the pandemic, he said.Transformation from a bipolar to a multipolar world will help global growth and uphold the ideal of Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam, he added. Kashmir to Kanyakumari and the Rann of Kuchh to the valleys of Arunachal Pradesh, Shringla said.
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