Osaka, Japan: Prime Minister Narendra Modi Friday presented a five-point approach to tackle common global challenges. “Today I will focus on three major challenges,” PM Modi said while addressing the informal BRICS leaders’ meeting in Japan’s Osaka, held on the sidelines of G20 Summit.
“First, the recession and uncertainty in the world economy,” he said. Next, he spoke on rapidly changing technologies such as digitisation and climate change – a major concern for future generations. And the third challenge – terrorism. “Terror is the biggest threat to all humanity,” he said. “Not only does it takes the lives of innocent people, but it also affects economic development and communal harmony. We have to stop all mediums of support to terrorism and racism,” he said.
To solve these issues, PM Modi presented a five-point approach on how BRICS countries can lead the way in addressing global challenges:
1) Reformed multilateralism by improving international financial and business institutions.