New Delhi(15/11/2022): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday urged the world leaders to make a mutual agreement to keep the supply chain of both manure and food grains stable in the world.
Addressing the first working session of G-20 on the issue of Food and Energy Security in Bali, Indonesia, the Prime Minister talked about food security and said, â€œThe todayâ€™s fertilizer shortage is tomorrowâ€™s food crisis.
For this, the world will not have a solution.â€
The PM highlighted that India is promoting natural farming for sustainable food security, and re-popularizing nutritious and traditional food grains like millets.
Stating that millets can be a solution to global malnutrition, PM Modi urged the world leaders to celebrate International Year of Millets with great enthusiasm this year.
He said, â€œIndiaâ€™s energy security is also important for global growth, as itâ€™s the worldâ€™s fastest-growing economy.
We must not promote any restrictions on supply of energy and stability in energy market should be ensured.
India is committed to clean energy and environment.â€