All Key Points Of Prime minister Modi From Davos

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All Key Points Of Prime minister Modi From Davos
All Key Points Of Prime minister Modi From Davos

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday addressed the opening session of the World Economic Forum 2018 (WEF 2018), becoming the first Indian prime minister in two decades to join the world’s top business leaders in the Swiss resort town of Davos.Modi outlined climate change, terrorism and protectionism as three global threats, even as he projected India as a favourable investment destination.

  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that a stable and progressive India is good news for the world as well. “A predictable, stable, transparent and progressive India good news in an otherwise state of uncertainty and flux,” the PM said.
  • PM Modi in his keynote speech at the World Economic Forum summit in Davos said that the country takes pride in its democracy and diversity. “We in India are proud of our democracy and diversity.
  • For a society with diverse religions, cultures, languages, attires and cuisines, democracy is not just a political system but a way of living,” the PM said.Modi also said that his government’s motto is ‘development for all’.“In 2014 after 30 years, the 600 crore Indians provided complete majority to any political party to form govt at the centre. We took the resolution for the development of everyone and not just a specific group. Our motto is ‘Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas’,” the PM said.
Modi at WEF
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  • Continuing his speech at the World Economic Forum, PM Modi listed terrorism and protectionism as the other two major challenges to human civilization. “Terrorism is a big threat but what is equally dangerous is artificial distinction made between good and bad terrorist,” said the PM.
  • Here are the main highlights from Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s keynote speech at the plenary session of the World Economic Forum 2018 in Davos:
  • Today data is the wealth and its global flow is creating both opportunities and challenges. Technology assuming immense importance in this era; deeply influencing the way we behave, politics and various aspects of our life.
  • This year the topic here is ‘Creating a shared future in a fractured world’. New powers are changing the balance between Economic & Political strength. This is indicating a change in future of the world. World is facing challenges in maintaining peace, stability & security.
  • India has always believed in values of integration and unity, ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’ which means the entire world is one family. It is relevant to bridge distances.
  • Climate change is the first major threat to human civilization right now, Snow in the Arctic is melting, many islands are sinking or are about to sink.
  • Here are the main highlights from Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s keynote speech at the plenary session of the World Economic Forum 2018 in Davos:
  • Today data is the wealth and its global flow is creating both opportunities and challenges. Technology assuming immense importance in this era; deeply influencing the way we behave, politics and various aspects of our life.
Modi at WEF
Modi at WEF
  • This year the topic here is ‘Creating a shared future in a fractured world’. New powers are changing the balance between Economic & Political strength. This is indicating a change in future of the world. World is facing challenges in maintaining peace, stability & security.
  • India has always believed in values of integration and unity, ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’ which means the entire world is one family. It is relevant to bridge distances. Climate change is the first major threat to human civilization right now, Snow in the Arctic is melting, many islands are sinking or are about to sink.
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday told top CEOs in Davos that India means business and presents exciting opportunity for the global businesses. Addressing a roundtable before a dinner meet, Modi narrated India’s growth story.He was accompanied by top government officials, including Vijay Gokhale, Jai Shankar and Ramesh Abhishek.
  • Under the tagline of “India means business”, the roundtable was attended by 40 CEOs of global companies and 20 from India.After the meeting, MEA spokesperson Raveesh Kumar tweeted about Modi narrating India’s growth story and presenting exciting opportunities for global business in India at Davos. The spokesperson also tweeted that the prime minister “hosted a roundtable meeting with CEOs of top global companies”.

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