PM Modi says India helping countries in the fight against Corona

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday addressed a high-level session of the United Nations Economic Social Council (UN-ECOSOC) amidst tensions with China over LAC in Ladakh.

In his address through digital medium, the Prime Minister said that India has fought strongly against the biggest disasters and we have made the fight with Corona also a mass movement.

PM Modi was addressing the concluding session of the United Nations Economic Social Council. During this time, Prime Minister of Norway and UN Secretary General Antonio Gutaras also joined PM Modi.

The 75th Foundation Day of the United Nations is “Multilateralism after COVID-19”,

The theme of the high-level session of the Economic and Social Council on the occasion of the 75th Foundation Day of the United Nations is “Multilateralism after COVID-19”, which reflects India’s priority over the Security Council, in this annual high-level session of the government.

High-level representatives from diverse groups, including the private sector, civic institutions and academics.
Increased medical and other support in more than 150 countries.

In his address, the Prime Minister said, “In our joint fight against COVID1-19, we have extended medical and other assistance to more than 150 countries.

PM Modi said in his address,” We are on the path of development for nature Are also thinking India reduced 38 million carbon emissions in the last 5 years.

We built houses for the poor, brought Ayushman Bharat Yojana for the treatment of the poor. We launched the world’s largest cleanliness campaign. We launched a ban on single-use plastics in India. “

We started the Self-Reliant India Campaign to correct the economic situation arising out of Corona. We brought a package to get the economy back on track.” “Our aim is, Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas and everyone’s faith.

We are also helping the developing countries in the fight against Corona. We are striving to fulfill Agenda 2030. Cooperation of all is necessary for peace and harmony.”

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