Mumbai: PM Narendra Modi recently delivered a keynote speech at Saudi Arabia’s premier annual investor meeting by billionaire founder and influential global investor Ray Dalio, lauded Modi as “one of the best”.
“In my opinion, Indian’s Prime Minister Modi is one of the best, if not the best, leaders in the world,” Dalio posted on his official Twitter account on Thursday.
In my opinion, Indian’s Prime Minister Modi is one of the best, if not the best, leaders in the world. I had an opportunity to explore with him how he thinks as well as what he thinks. If you’re interested in listening to it, here it is: https://t.co/upiMLOgKCA
— Ray Dalio (@RayDalio) November 7, 2019
Bridgwater Associates co-chairman and co-chief investment officer Dalio founder gave a stage discussion following Prime Minister Modi’s keynote speech at the third iteration event of the Future Investment Initiative (FII), also known as “Davos Inn” Is known. Desert ”because it attracts high profile participants, including political leaders from various countries.
The American billionaire investor posted a video of a sit-down with Modi on Twitter. Regarding his conversation with the Prime Minister on 29 October, Dio tweeted, “I had the opportunity to learn with him how he thinks and what he thinks.”
Dalio praised Modi for doing “many notable things” in India.
“You are not representing the poor or the rich and you are not representing one faction in relation to the other. You have joined the country. You have made tremendous achievements.
“You have brought something like 500 million toilets and you have brought water and you will bring water for all those people and you are changing their wellbeing in away. You are creating an economy that is making very good progress for all Dalio widely told people.
Responding to the question of the billionaire investor, Modi said that the reasons for waging war have increased in the present times and digging new grounds for war is a sign of weakness of mankind.
The Prime Minister said, “Unfortunately we have failed to develop the United Nations as an institution for conflict resolution.” Even after 70 years, the United Nations has failed to bring about change as desired and nations should look to reform the United Nations structure, Modi said.
Dalio ended the conversation by thanking the prime minister for the talk and for what he was doing as a leader of India.