India a constructive contributor to international order: Foreign secretary

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Updated: June 22, 2021 3:51 PM

In the post-Covid world, India is looking at three important aspects — transition to a virtual world; de-risking and diversifying supply chains and climate change commitments.

harsh vardhan shringhalaAt the same time, he said, India is better prepared for future waves, but will continue to strengthen health infrastructure and domestic manufacturing capacity. New technologies will create new superpowers, Shringla said.

Foreign secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla said that globalszation has to be based on fairness, humanity and equality. “”India is a constructive contributor to the international order,” he said at a recent conference organised by the Public Affairs Forum of India (PAFI).

In the post-Covid world, India is looking at three important aspects — transition to a virtual world; de-risking and diversifying supply chains and climate change commitments.

At the same time, he said, India is better prepared for future waves, but will continue to strengthen health infrastructure and domestic manufacturing capacity. New technologies will create new superpowers, Shringla said.
Subho Ray, president, PAFI and president, IAMAI, presented opening remarks and Virat Bhatia, vice-president, PAFI and Managing Director – Strategy & Policy, Apple India, proposed the vote of thanks.

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