India has a great diplomatic relations with several countries in the world which is actually the outcome of qualitative leadership under Prime Minister Narendra Modi. At the ongoing G20 Summit in Bali, Indonesia, US President Joe Biden today walked over to PM Modi to shake his hand before they took their seats next to each other.
In a video that has surfaced, PM Modi at first missed seeing President Biden approaching him, but then turns around quickly for a handshake and gives him a hug. Then PM Modi is seen saying something to him that makes him laugh. India’s Foreign Minister S Jaishankar and National Security Adviser Ajit Doval are looking on, and later take seats just behind the two leaders.
President Biden is also seen meeting with other world leaders standing nearby, such as French President Emmanuel Macron.
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— ANI (@ANI) November 15, 2022
PM Modi at the G-20 Summit in Indonesia on Tuesday highlighted India’s efforts to further food security for the citizens and said that there is a need to ensure adequate supply chains “as far as food and fertilisers are concerned.
Earlier today, PM Modi tweeted, “At the @g20org Summit this morning, spoke at the session on Food and Energy Security. Highlighted India’s efforts to further food security for our citizens. Also spoke about the need to ensure adequate supply chains as far as food and fertilisers are concerned.”
“In India, in order to further sustainable food security, we are emphasising on natural farming and making millets, along with other traditional food grains, more popular. Also talked about India’s strides in renewable energy,” he added.
In India, in order to further sustainable food security, we are emphasising on natural farming and making millets, along with other traditional food grains, more popular. Also talked about India’s strides in renewable energy.
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) November 15, 2022
India is set to take over the presidency of the G20, a powerful bloc that represents 85 per cent of global GDP and 75 per cent of global trade, and will be hosting the summit next year. “I am confident that next year when the G20 meets in the holy land of Buddha and Gandhi, we will all agree to convey a strong message of peace to the world,” PM Modi said.