G-20 Summit: India wants to make the voice of the Global South heard globally

New Delhi: From December 1, 2022, India will preside over the G-20 Council for one year. For this, India has already started preparations. This conference will start in September 2023 at ‘Sushma Swaraj Bhavan’ in New Delhi. Apart from the G20 countries, India has also invited Nigeria, Egypt, Bangladesh, Oman, UAE, Singapore, Mauritius, Spain and […]
 


G-20 Summit: India wants to make the voice of the Global South heard globally

New Delhi: From December 1, 2022, India will preside over the G-20 Council for one year. For this, India has already started preparations. This conference will start in September 2023 at ‘Sushma Swaraj Bhavan’ in New Delhi. Apart from the G20 countries, India has also invited Nigeria, Egypt, Bangladesh, Oman, UAE, Singapore, Mauritius, Spain and the Netherlands as ‘special invitees’ to the summit.

During this conference, India wants to showcase its special achievements (eg: leadership in fintech) to the world, it aims to make the voice of ‘Global South’ heard to the world by becoming ‘Uchchasane’ (Permanent Member of the Association). safety Committee). As informers say.

During this conference, about 200 meetings of different groups of G-20 are to be held, which will be held at different times in 56 major cities of the country. The cultural diversity of India will also be shown to the members attending the conference and Indian dancers will also be shown to the members.

India’s agenda regarding environment will be presented during the conference with emphasis on lifestyle, environment (Jeevan), climate finance, energy transition and women-led development. (The Prime Minister used the word life for the first time in the ‘Climate Summit 2021’. It was also appreciated by the Secretary-General of UNO.) During India’s presidency of G20, PM Modi called for reforms in international organizations (such as UNO) besides addressing the debt crisis. Will also remove discussed. In this regard, the so-called ‘Sherpa’ of India’s G-20 Amitabh Kant said, “India has achieved an unprecedented personal achievement in terms of digital transformation, which is completely different from the western countries.” We encourage the private sector to innovate and explore, while focusing on meeting the needs of the public. India has achieved a unique position in the field of health and medicine. India wants to clearly hear the voice of the Global South through this conference.

Businessmen and industrialists from the above countries have also been invited in this conference.

In addition to improving the living standards of the 3,000 poor people in the world, the food and energy crisis and the growing debt crisis facing the world will be considered. Amitabh Kant of the Ministry of External Affairs said that discussion on geopolitical tension and Russia-Ukraine crisis is also possible.

G-20 Summit: India wants to make the voice of the Global South heard globally