Prime Minister Narendra Modi told the G7 that India's agricultural expertise could be deployed to ensure food security and called on the grouping to ensure regular fertiliser supplies, which have been disrupted by the war in Ukraine. He called for an end to the conflict through dialogue, pointing out that the impact of the war was global.
"Can the G7 create a structured system for the widespread use of Indian agricultural talent in its member countries?" the Prime Minister said on Monda ..
He suggested that the G7 develop a structured system for the use of India's farming skills. He sought the G7's cooperation in keeping the fertiliser supply chain running smoothly. "We are trying to increase the production of fertilisers in India and seek cooperation from G7-countries in this regard," he said.
He also drew attention to the natural farming revolution taking place in India. "Your experts can study this experiment. We have shared a non-paper on this subject with all of you," Modi said.
The Prime Minister said millets offer a way to ensure food security.
"Next year, the world is celebrating the International Year of Millets," he said. "On this occasion, we should run a campaign to promote a nutritious alternative like millets. Millets can make a valuable contribution to ..