ABP Exclusive: Harsh Shringla said – ‘India’s image has changed in 10 years, the world looks at it with respect’

Harsh Shringla Exclusive Interview: G20 Summit is being organized in India for the first time. In which representatives of G20 member countries are participating. This summit will run in India from 8 to 10 September. The co-ordinator of this G20 summit is Harsh Vardhan Shringla, former foreign secretary of India. He has given exclusive interview to ABP News. In the interview, while praising the foreign policy of the government, he said, ‘There has been a change in the way of looking at India, there is a lot of difference between the way India was seen 10 years ago and the way it is seen today. ‘

"text-align: justify;"> Singla said, India has got the presidency of G20 at a time when the world is going through very difficult times. Whether it is the rise in inflation in the world due to war, increase in energy prices, or even the issue of climate change, things are changing fast in the world. That’s why this summit to be held in India occupies an important place.

What message will India give to the world from G20 – Singla told
Harsh Shringla, who was India’s Foreign Secretary from 2020 to 2022, told ABP, ‘India will tell the world through the G20 conference. Wants to tell that it is fully ready to walk step by step with the rest of the countries of the world for the welfare of mankind. He will not hold back at all in working for the betterment of the world.  

India will work as a bridge for the world
Shringla, who was India’s ambassador to America and Bangladesh, said, India is a country capable of acting as a bridge for the world in a multipolar world. When the world is facing many economic challenges including geopolitical, it is able to bring countries from east to west, from north to south on one platform. Where steps can be taken to solve global problems. 

What is the agenda of G20
Harsh Vardhan Shringla said, G20 Summit is Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam i.e. ‘One Earth, One Family, One Future’. He said, the countries participating in this year’s meeting will work to reduce mutual conflicts among G20 countries, encourage development, reduce the burden of shelter on member countries, deal with climate change as well as empower women. Will work towards.

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