Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday stated that the Raisina Dialogue, India’s flagship international convention on geopolitics, has taken place at a watershed second in human historical past, when a world pandemic has been ravaging the world for over a yr.
“As global thinkers and leaders, we must ask ourselves some more questions. For over a year now, the best minds of our societies have been engaged in battling this pandemic. All governments at all levels are trying to contain and control this pandemic. Why did it come to this? Is it perhaps because in the race to economic development, the concern for welfare of humanity has been left behind? Is it perhaps because in the age of competition, the spirit of cooperation has been forgotten?” PM Modi requested.
PM Modi addressed the the sixth version of the dialogue via video conferencing. The assembly is being held just about between April 13 and 16 as a result of coronavirus pandemic.
It may have a complete of 50 periods with participation of 150 audio system from 50 nations and multilateral organisations, in keeping with the organisers. Several world leaders and dignitaries are taking part within the dialogue which is being collectively organised by the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) and the Observer Research Foundation.
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