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India is ready to supply food stock to the world if WTO agrees – PM Modi

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India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi says the country is ready to export food grains if the World Trade Organization (WTO) agrees. The Indian Prime Minister said during discussions with US President Joe Biden that India was prepared to provide food grains for supply to other countries if WTO rules are relaxed to enable such a move. As a result of the war in Ukraine, food stocks in different parts of the world are dwindling.

India is ready to supply food stock to the world if WTO agrees - PM ModiPM Modi made this comment via video conferencing as he opened a hostel and education complex of the Shree Annapurna Dham Trust in Adalaj, Gujarat. PM Modi said that Indian farmers are already providing food grains to people all around the world by the grace of Maa Annapoorna. Throughout the history of India, food, health, and education have always been important elements, and Shri Annapurnadham has expanded these elements today.

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