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Coexistence holds the key
1/13/2023 11:06:35 PM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi while addressing the Voice of Global South virtual summit stated that the world is in a state of crisis and it’s difficult to predict how long this instability will last.
During the past few years the countries across the globe have been facing multiple challenges arising out of conflict, war and terrorism among others.
The rising prices of food, fuel and fertilisers, economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and other natural disasters driven by climate change have had a direct impact on mankind.
The issues by Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the summit are the burning issues that have become a major reason for the crisis the world is witnessing.
Terrorism has turned into a monster and is threatening the entire world. If the scourge of terrorism is not tamed it can devour the entire world and would keep on claiming the lives of innocents.
The rising food prices are another concern. The costs of essential commodities across the globe have skyrocketed.
A huge chunk of the population living below the poverty line is finding it hard to even manage two square meals in a day.
With each passing day things are becoming difficult. The need of the hour is that the countries should join hands to fight poverty and hunger.
A few countries which are still following the agenda of expansionism should understand that they are pushing themselves and the countries around them towards trouble. The mindset of the rulers needs to change and they should work towards making lives easier for the people rather than adding to their woes.
The world has turned into a global village as the boundaries have been erased and people have come closer. The crisis which the world is witnessing at present can be defused by working collectively rather than thinking about ways and means to bleed each other.
The need of the hour is to identify simple, scalable and sustainable solutions that can transform societies and economies. Being at loggerheads and looking for reasons to start a conflict won’t take the world anywhere.
It would add to the prevailing uncertainty and chaos. The coexistence holds the key and the bigger nations have to ensure that rights of smaller nations are not trampled.
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