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Joint Statement at the G7 Conference in Germany

  • The G7 has 7 members: the United States, Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Canada and Japan. The summit of this organization was held in Germany. It was attended by Indian Prime Minister Modi, leaders of Indonesia, Argentina, South Africa and Senegal.
  • The G7 countries in the country and 5 countries including India issued a joint statement. We need to work together to address international challenges, including climate change and corona infection. We must support the defense of democracy in all parts of the world. We need to encourage honest elections.
  • Measures should be taken to prevent climate change. To prevent famine, food production must be increased. Ensure a balanced supply chain to alleviate energy shortages. To combat corona infection, vaccine production should be increased. We must prevent corruption and money laundering. To ensure symmetrical trade internationally.
  • We must work together to thwart cyber attacks. Freedom of expression must be protected. Human rights activists must protect social activists who bring corruption to light. Women should be given equal opportunities in all fields, including politics. We need to promote female education. Thus stated in the joint statement.
Prime Minister Modi's speech with the President of Emirates
  • Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the United Arab Emirates since 2004, died on the 13th of last month. Subsequently, his brother Sheikh Mohammed bin Saeed Al Nayan became the new president.
  • In this context, Prime Minister Modi left for Germany, a European country, to attend the G7 summit yesterday morning. Sheikh Khalifa landed at Abu Dhabi Airport in the United Arab Emirates to mourn the death of bin Saeed Al Nayan.
  • President Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, who arrived at the Abu Dhabi airport with his family, was warmly welcomed by Prime Minister Modi. Later, Prime Minister Modi condoled the death of the former President and held consultations with the Emirates President on various issues, including bilateral relations.
Ban on disposable plastic from July 1
  • According to the Ministry of Environment, the production, import, storage, distribution, sale and use of disposable plastics, including polystyrene and expanded polystyrene products, will be banned from July 1, 2022.
  • The government has given ample opportunity to abandon disposable plastics. Plastic sticks for balloons, earrings with plastic sticks, ice cream sticks, plastic cups, plastic glasses, banners of plastic or PVC less than 100 microns, plastic spoons, forks, knives, straws, cutlery and candy boxes, plastic bags and invitations Films are banned products.
47th Meeting of the GST Council
  • The GST Council meeting was held on December 31, 2021 in New Delhi. It was later announced that the next meeting would be held in the city in 6 months' time, but the meeting was shifted to Chandigarh due to security concerns as several state ministers were coming.
  • Accordingly, the 47th meeting of the GST Council began in Chandigarh. Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presided. State finance ministers and officials who are members of the GST Council attended.
Mr. Dharmendra Pradhan addressed the conference on Indian Education - 2022 today
  • The Minister of Education and Skills Development, Mr. Dharmendra Pradhan addressed the conference on Education of India - 2022 today. Speaking at the time, he stressed the need for innovation to provide quality, low-cost education.
  • He said the national education policy would also be a key factor in providing quality education. And skills education in schools and institutions of higher learning to increase employment. Mr Dharmendra Pradhan said the government was working towards coordination.
Homegrown and upgraded MK-3 light helicopter attached to Indian Coast Guard at Porbandar, Gujarat
  • The domestically developed and upgraded MK-3 light helicopter was attached to the Indian Coast Guard at Porbandar, Gujarat. The event was presided over by the Director General of the Coast Guard, Mr. VS Pathania. Many military and civilian officials attended.
  • This demonstrates the autonomy achieved in the areas of search and rescue and coastal surveillance. Hindustan Aeronautics has developed this upgraded lightweight helicopter. So far 13 helicopters have been gradually added to the Indian Coast Guard.

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