PM Narendra Modi emphasized that India had provided foodgrains to save the globe from starvation in his address on 3rd May to the Indian community at Bella Centre in Copenhagen.
He also mentioned that during the Covid-19 pandemic, India donated medications to a number of countries.
“India has supported the world during this difficult period and supplied medications to many nations so that we do not fall behind in humanitarian efforts during the crisis,” the Prime Minister remarked of India’s assistance to the world during the pandemic.
PM Narendra Modi stated that India worked with the goal of assisting the rest of the globe throughout the crisis. “Bharat jab foodgrains ke mamle main aatmanirbhar hua hai to duniya ko bhukhmari se bachane ke liye khule dil se offer kar raha hai. (When India has become self-reliant in foodgrains, it has offered [foodgrains] with an open mind to save the world from hunger),”he remarked.
PM Narendra Modi says, India’s grain grows stronger, so does the rest of the globe
PM Narendra Modi stated that when India’s grain grows stronger, so does the rest of the globe.
He also acknowledged his government’s efforts to combat climate change.“Duniya ko tabah karne me Hindustaniyon ki koi bhumika nahin hai. (Indians have no role in destroying the world),” he added, adding that the country’s contribution to climate change is minor.
When asked about his government’s accomplishments, the Prime Minister stated that the Start-up India program was launched roughly 75 months ago. According to him, India now has the world’s third-largest ecosystem of start-ups.
He also said that India consumes more data per capita than a number of other countries combined. He emphasized that every new user is from rural India, saying that this is the true tale of New India.
During his speech, PM Narendra Modi praised the Indian community in Denmark for its contributions. He emphasized India’s economic potential and encouraged a closer partnership between India and Denmark.
Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen, who was also present, emphasized the two nations’ green strategic relationship and stated that democracies must stand up for the ideas and values they believe in.
“Right now, of course, the war in Ukraine reminds us that democracies around the world, including democratic nations like Denmark and India, must stand up for the ideals and values we believe in, and we also need to stand closer when it comes to combating the climate catastrophe,” she said.
She also recognized the importance of the Indian population in Denmark.
According to an official release, the event drew more than 1,000 members of Denmark’s Indian community.