New Delhi, 28/10: National Security Advisor Ajit Doval has warned of a new threat before the world. He said that “deliberate weaponization of dangerous pathogens” is a really serious matter. Now the country needs to build bio-defence, bio-safety, and bio-security with wide capabilities. Let us tell you that in China, the Kovid-19 virus had gripped the whole world. Speaking on ‘National Security Preparedness in the Age of Disasters and Pandemics’ at the Pune Dialogue on National Security (PDNS) 2021 organized by the Pune International Centre, Doval said, the most enduring message of the COVID-19 pandemic and climate change is that only the well-being of all It will ensure the survival of all. He stressed, “Deliberate weaponization of a dangerous virus is a serious matter. Now India will have to make a new strategy to fight with such weapons. Without taking the name of China, he said that it is very important to do biological research. But it is being misused under its guise.
Climate change biggest threat
On the issue of climate change, the NSA said that disasters and epidemics are borderless threats. They cannot be fought alone. Now is the time that we need a strategy that serves our purpose and minimizes our losses. He said that climate change is the biggest threat. Because it affects the availability of the earth’s resources, they are also fast depleting. Apart from this, it will also promote controversies in the world. Climate change can intensify instability. can lead to large-scale population displacement,”
India will meet the goals of climate change
He said that the climate change summit is scheduled to be held in Glasgow in early November. India is committed to meeting its climate goals and has already taken several measures. Harmony with nature has been the cornerstone of Indian civilization. He said that with 130 crore population, India’s per capita greenhouse emissions are 2.47 tonnes of carbon dioxide. Doval said, “Compared to the global average of 6.45 tonnes of CO2, this is 60 percent less than the global average. We have already met 50% of our commitment to achieve 450-GW of renewable energy by 2030.”