Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of India, spoke at the 14th online submission of the BRICS Business Forum, which is being hosted by China this year. India’s growth was highlighted
Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi addressed the 14th BRICS Business Forum virtual summit, which is hosted by China this year. It is important to point out that PM Modi attended the meeting at Xi Jinping’s invitation.
The theme for the 14th BRICS Summit is ‘Foster High-quality BRICS Partnership, Usher in a New Era for Global Development’.
In his remarks, Prime Minister Modi emphasised the importance of the BRICS and said that the multilateral forum’s role will be crucial in helping the world, which is concentrating on the post-Covid recovery.
He further added that the BRICS, which consists of 5 emerging economies namely Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, was founded with a motive so that it could emerge as an engine of global growth.
India encourages innovation in all fields, according to PM Modi
India, according to PM Modi, anticipates a consistent growth rate of 7.5 percent this year. He further claimed the growth of 7.5 percent makes India the fastest growing economy across the globe, stating the reason behind the steady growth PM Modi gave credit to Indian innovators and their contribution in every sector.
PM Narendra Modi also asserted that by 2025, the value of India’s digital sector will surpass $1 trillion. The Prime Minister emphasised “Ease of Living” and his favourite project PM Gati Shakti while outlining his plans for the nation. He added that startups and innovations are driving India’s growth, which is driven by technology.
BRICS countries’ top security officials met earlier in June.
Before the BRICS Presidents’ summit on June 23, the senior security officials from the BRICS countries met for a lengthy discussion and came to an agreement on issues such as supporting multilateralism and global governance. They also discussed how to handle recent security issues and threats.
Ajit Doval, the national security adviser, attended the 12th meeting of the BRICS National Security Advisers and High Representatives on National Security on Wednesday. Throughout the conference, Doval steadfastly promoted enhancing anti-terrorism cooperation.