India will work to promote universal sense of oneness as G20 President: PM Modi
Starting from December 1, India will assume the presidency until November 30, 2023. "The previous 17 Presidencies of the G20 delivered significant results -- for ensuring macro-economic stability, rationalising international taxation, relieving debt-burden on countries, among many other outcomes," PM Modi said in the article.
Priorities and challenges before India as G-20 Chair
India's tenure as the G-20 chair comes at a time when the world order is facing an increasing threat of global recession looming large and intensifying energy and food shortages causing unprecedented inflationary pressure and making cost of living unaffordable in both advanced and developing nations while Russia-Ukraine war continues unabated.
India to focus on global good, world welfare as G2O president, says PM
"The Presidency of G-20 has arrived as a big opportunity for us. We have to make full use of this opportunity and focus on global good, world welfare. Whether it is peace or unity, sensitivity towards the environment, or sustainable development, India has solutions to challenges related to these. The theme that we have given "One Earth, One Family, One Future" shows our commitment to Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam," Modi said in his address.
More than 100 young officers behind PM Modi's G20 success
Behind the high pitched passing on of the baton of the G20 presidency, a batch of more than 120 newly recruited Indian Economic Service officers has been meticulously working on various researches and reports for better understanding of each issue.
India's G20 presidency to be decisive, action-oriented: Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Speaking during the closing session of the G20 Summit in Bali, the Prime Minister said: "India is taking charge of the G20 at a time when the world is simultaneously grappling with geopolitical tensions, economic slowdown, rising food and energy prices, and the long-term ill-effects of the (Covid) pandemic. At such a time, the world is looking at the G20 with hope.
G20 summit: Modi to participate in sessions on food & energy security, health
The Prime Minister will leave for Bali on November 14 on a three-day visit to attend the summit, he said. Modi is visiting Bali on the invitation of Indonesian President Joko Widodo. Kwatra further said that Modi along with other world leaders, will deliberate on diverse issues related to energy, environment and digital transformation among others.
Lotus in G20 logo reveals our traditional identity: Rajnath Singh
Rajnath Singh made the remark while addressing a gathering after unveiling a statue of legendary warrior Prithviraj Chauhan in Jhajjar, Haryana, in the presence of Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar. He added, "If any party has 'hand' as political symbol, will we not use the word hand? If any party has cycle as its symbol, will we not use cycles? Lotus is a tradition and pride of the country."
India will continue to seek US support to address global challenges, says FM Sitharaman
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman made these comments in her opening remarks ahead of the 9th meeting of the India-US Economic Financial Partnership with US treasury secretary Janet Yellen.
PM Modi to visit Indonesia to attend G20 summit
According to a statement by the Ministry of External Affairs, during the Bali summit, G20 leaders will deliberate extensively upon key issues of global concern under the summit theme of "Recover Together, Recover Stronger". Three working sessions will be held as part of the G20 summit agenda, namely on food and energy security, health and digital transformation.