Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi yesterday attended the World Economic Forum [WEF] summit. He was the second prime minister to attend this meet after Deve Gowda in 1997. The top annual global business meet was attended by 70 head of states.
38 heads of major international organisations such as the WTO, the IMF and the World Bank, and nearly 2,000 CEOs including over 100 were present at the summit. India’s main focus was on international security, environment, and global economy during the discussions.
Supporting the theme for this year’s summit ‘Creating a Shared Future in a Fractured World’, he emphasised the importance of mending fractures at individual, national, and international level. The Prime Minister narrated about ‘India’s growth story and presenting exciting opportunities for global business in India’.
He also reiterated the significance of inclusiveness while achieving that. In the end, he indicated the positive factors in the arena of world GDP as well as in activities of trade and industrial production.