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Dear Shri Sharma,
We, Indian farmers and civil society, welcome your bold and principled statements on food security and in upholding the G-33 proposal. We fully endorse your view that food security is non- negotiable.
We particularly appreciate your stand that the Peace Clause, as it currently stands on the table, is unacceptable in order to effectively guarantee food security for our people. We are aware that tremendous pressure is being put on you to accept conditionalities for a solution.
However, it is critical that India hold firm on its demand for on a permanent one that ensures the following:
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