More

    PM Modi Urges BRICS Nations to Join For Disaster Resilient Infrastructure

    Must Read

    8 July – Know your today’s horoscope

    Aries:Unnecessary condemning yourself could lower spirit. Today you should focus on issues related to land, real estate,...

    NDRF teams engage in flood relief work in costal areas of Gujarat

    Bravely face the challenge of Covid 19 and aware people about taking safety measures against the pandemic

    WR to run one more parcel train between Okha and Changsari in Assam

    Western Railway’s Parcel Special trains are continuously on the move in the wake of COVID19 for...

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is in Brazil to attend the 11th BRICS summit, on Thursday spoke at the dialogue with BRICS Business Council and New Development Bank and called all BRICS nations to join together for disaster resilient infrastructure.

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi speaks at the dialogue with BRICS Business Council and New Development Bank:

    “I would like to request BRICS nations and New Development Bank to join coalition for disaster resilient infrastructure,” PM Modi said while addressing the BRICS Business Council and New Development Bank.

    Earlier in the day, while addressing the BRICS plenary session, PM Modi said that terrorism and organised crimes harm trade and businesses. He expressed hope that efforts by BRICS member countries will give a push  to security cooperation against the menaces.

    “The atmosphere of doubt created by terrorism, terror financing, drug trafficking and organised crime harms trade and businesses. I am happy that the first seminar on BRICS Strategies for Countering Terrorism was organised. We hope that such efforts and activities of five sub-working groups will increase strong BRICS security cooperation against terrorism and other organised crimes,” PM Modi said.

    Talking about how terrorism has harmed people’s lives, PM Modi said that over 2.25 lakh people have lost their lives due to terrorism in the last 10 years. “According to estimates, there has been a loss of USD 1 trillion economy. This has also reduced the economic growth of developing countries by 1.5%,” he noted.

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday left for Brazil to attend the 11th BRICS summit. This is PM Modi’s sixth time to participate in the BRICS summit.

    Earlier in the day, he held bilateral meetings with Russian President Vladimir Putin and the Chinese Premier Xi Jinping. Apart from this, PM Modi also met President of Brazil Jair Messias Bolsonaro on the sidelines of 11th BRICS Summit in Brasilia, Brazil.

    An association of five major emerging national economies such as Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, BRICS brings together these five countries which comprise 42% of the world’s population, having 23 % of the global Gross Domestic Product.

    LEAVE A REPLY

    Please enter your comment!
    Please enter your name here

    This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

    Latest News

    WR transported 17.11 Million tonnes through 8359 rakes of goods trains during lockdown

    Despite complete lockdown imposed from 22nd March, 2020 and the current partial lockdown, Western Railway has trasported...

    NDRF teams engage in flood relief work in costal areas of Gujarat

    Bravely face the challenge of Covid 19 and aware people about taking safety measures against the pandemic The monsoon...

    WR to run one more parcel train between Okha and Changsari in Assam

    Western Railway’s Parcel Special trains are continuously on the move in the wake of COVID19 for transporting most essential items like...
    video

    Major door to door surveillance in Vadodara starting from Wednesday

    590 teams will do house to house Screening With spike in cases of Covid 19 in Vadodara, the administration...

    Covid 19 cases reached 2718 in Vadodara after 68 new cases on Tuesday

    Total 101 discharged from hospital taking the total to 1991 Covid 19 cases reached 2718 in Vadodara after 68...

    More Articles Like This

    - Advertisement -