New Delhi : On the first day of the five-day Davos Agenda Summit, which is going to be held online of the World Economic Forum (WEF), Prime Minister Narendra Modi is giving an address on the topic ‘State of the World’. The ‘Davos Agenda’ summit is being organized digitally for the second year in a row. During this, PM Modi said that on behalf of 130 crore Indians, I welcome the veterans involved in the World Economic Forum.
He said that India is moving ahead with a hopeful vision in the economic field as well as in the fight against Corona. India today is full of confidence to deliver 160 crore corona vaccine doses in just one year. He said that a country like India has given the world a bouquet full of hope for the people.
‘Make in India, Make for the world’:
Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his address said that India today is moving ahead with the idea of ’Make in India, Make for the world’. Apart from telecom, insurance, defense and aerospace, India today has immense potential in the field of semiconductors as well.
India is making policies for the coming times:
PM Modi said in the virtual conference of the World Economic Forum that today India is making policies, taking decisions regarding the present as well as the goals of the next 25 years. During this period, India has set goals of high growth, saturation of welfare and wellness. This period of growth will also be green, it will also be clean, it will also be sustainable, it will also be reliable.
PM Modi talks about ‘One Earth, One Health‘:
PM Modi said in the virtual conference of the World Economic Forum that in this time of Corona, we have seen how India, following the vision of ‘One Earth, One Health’, is saving crores of lives by giving essential medicines, vaccines to many countries. Is. Today India is the world’s third largest pharma producer, pharmacy to the world
Entrepreneurial spirit among the youth:
PM Modi also while talking about youth in his speech said that, today entrepreneurship among Indian youth is at a new height. In 2014 where there were few hundred registered start ups in India. At the same time, their number has crossed 60 thousand today. It also has more than 80 unicorns, of which more than 40 were made in 2021 itself.