The environment at the global level has changed significantly in the last few years. Multiple crises have deepened divisions and left the geopolitical landscape divided.
The world is divided into developed countries in the north and developing countries in the south.
Due to Ukraine war, there is polarization between the countries of East and West?
Now the countries are also divided into factions regarding the conflict between Israel and the Palestinian terrorist organization Hamas.
Iran and Yemen have openly supported the Hamas attack. On the other hand, countries like India, America, Britain, France, Italy, Japan are standing in support of Israel.
At the same time, the European Union also said that Israel has the right to protect its sovereignty.
Relations between the world’s two largest economies, America and China, have been on the decline for a long time and there are no chances of change in the near future.
At the inauguration of the Parliamentary Speakers Summit (P20) on Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that no one is untouched by whatever is happening in different corners of the world today. Today the world is facing crises due to conflict and confrontation.
A world full of crises is not in anyone’s interest. The world must move forward with one Earth, one family and one future.
In fact, a divided world cannot provide solutions to the major challenges facing humanity.
The world facing crises and conflicts faces big challenges like terrorism.
Now the world is realizing how big a challenge terrorism is for the world. Wherever terrorism happens, for whatever reason, in whatever form it happens, it is against humanity.
In such a situation, strict action will have to be taken against terrorism.
The crisis of global trust has to be overcome and we have to move forward on human-centric thinking.
That is why it is time to move together and take decisions with broad participation. There can be no better medium than public participation to deal with the world’s challenges. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership is important in a divided world.
India remains a bright spot amid the global geo-economics and geopolitical crisis. Respected in the world because of economy, governance and independent foreign policy.
India has a big responsibility to bring the divided world together.