India assumes the interim presidency of the Group of Twenty

During the G20 Presidency, from December 1, 2022 to November 30, 2023, India will host more than 200 meetings of this intergovernmental forum and the Summit of Heads of State and Government is scheduled to take place on September 9-10, 2023 in New Delhi.

The bloc consists of Germany, Saudi Arabia, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, the United States, France, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Mexico, Russia, South Africa, Turkey and the United Kingdom as well as the European Union.

Together, this group accounts for 85 percent of the world’s GDP, 75 percent of international trade and two-thirds of the world’s population, which is why it is considered the main forum for international economic cooperation.

New Delhi’s agenda for the G20 presidency will seek to be inclusive, ambitious, action-oriented and decisive, according to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

In an opinion article published by several newspapers, the Indian ruler said that his country will work to promote a global sense of unity in the G-20 under the slogan “Vasudeva Kutumbakam,” which means “One Land, One Family, One Future.”

Through this mantra, New Delhi seeks to reaffirm the value of all forms of life – human, animal, plant and microorganism – and their interdependence on planet Earth and the wider universe.

Modi urged his countrymen to make the G20 presidency an act of healing, harmony and hope.

The thousand-year-old South Asian country will offer its experiences, lessons, and models as possible templates for others, particularly the developing world, and promote sustainable and eco-friendly lifestyles based on its tradition of nurturing nature.

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He added that he would try to depoliticize the world’s supplies of food, fertilizers and medical products so that geopolitical tensions do not lead to humanitarian crises.

Likewise, it will seek to promote honest dialogue among the most powerful nations on mitigating the dangers posed by weapons of mass destruction and improving global security.


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