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#G20: PM Modi emphasises need for cooperation in a world of opposing realities
Climate change: PM Modi says developing countries need more space to grow at #G20
Skill India, Digital India, financial inclusion schemes are India's own initiatives in consonance with SDGs: PM Modi at #G20

Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his remarks at the second working session of G20 Summit in Hamburg on ‘Sustainable development, climate and energy’, PM Modi emphasized need for cooperation in world of opposing realities.

PM Modi spoke at length about tech facilitation, ODA commitments, infrastructure, labour mobility and health. He said that G20 needed to step up its role in these sectors.

PM Modi spoke about India's initiatives for SDG targets through consistent roadmap for implementation and the National Review as per UN guidelines. He proposed international coalition of countries that can identify tech, develop systems and build capacities, and added that India was ready to lead.

Stressing on climate change, PM Modi remarked that developing nations needed to have more space to grow.

PM Modi also emphasized that Skill India, Digital India and financial inclusion schemes were India’s own initiatives in consonance with SDGs.

 

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