India Global Week 2020: PM Modi said, the world saw India’s talent
India Global Week 2020 is beginning in Britain today. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is addressing the event through video conferencing. In the era of the coronavirus epidemic, the economies of all the countries including India have been affected. So, everyone’s eyes are on Modi’s speech.
Prime Minister Modi said in his address that it is natural to talk about revival in these times. The global revival and integration of India are equally natural. I believe that India will play a leading role in the story of global revival.
India is a house of talent
He said that around the world, you have seen the contribution of India’s talent-force. Who can forget the Indian tech industry and technical professionals? They have been leading the way for decades. India is a house of talent and is eager to contribute.
PM Modi said that Indians are natural reformers. History shows that India has overcome every challenge whether it is social or economic. On one hand, India is fighting a strong fight against the global epidemic. At the same time, with a focus on people’s health, we are equally focused on the health of the economy.
India’s pharma industry an asset to the whole world
The Prime Minister said in his address that when India talks of revival, it revives with care and compassion that is sustainable for both environment and economy. Indians have the feeling of achieving what is considered impossible. It is not surprising that we are seeing signs of economic recovery in India.
He said that the epidemic has once again shown that India’s pharma industry is an asset not only to India but to the whole world. It has played a leading role in reducing the cost of medicines, especially for developing countries.
India is one of the world’s most open economies
PM Modi said that India is one of the most open economies in the world. We are laying a red carpet for all global companies to come and establish their presence in India. The kind of opportunities that India is providing today, very few countries provide such opportunities.