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India’s G20 presidency has become a symbol of inclusion inside and outside the country: PM Modi

India's G20 presidency

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Saturday that India’s G20 presidency has become a symbol of inclusion both inside and outside the country.

Ahead of the G20 Summit hosted by India, PM Modi spoke of global challenges and said ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas, Sabka Prayas’ can be the torch bearer for addressing them.

“Bharat” was written on the plaque in front of PM Modi at the G20 Summit.

India’s G20 presidency has become a symbol of inclusion, of ‘sabka saath’ both inside and outside the country. This has become People’s G20 in India. Over 200 meetings have been held in more than 60 cities throughout the country. As part of the ‘Sabka Saath’ principle, India proposed that the African Union be granted permanent membership in G20. I am sure that we all agree with this proposal.”

In addition, PM Modi invited the head of the African Union to join the G20.

At Bharat Mandapam, the conference venue, the first session of the summit was held under the theme ‘One Earth’.

S Jaishankar accompanied Azali Assoumas, President of the Union of Comoros and Chairperson of the African Union (AU), as he took his seat among world leaders.

PM Modi said, “With everyone’s approval, I request the African Union Chairperson to become a permanent G20 member.”

The inclusion of the African Union in the G20 grouping was among India’s key priorities at the G20 summit under its presidency.

PM Modi expressed his condolences over the death toll caused by an earthquake in Morocco at the beginning of his speech.

As we begin the proceedings of the G20, I would like to express my condolences over the death of people due to an earthquake in Morocco. We hope all injured will be able to recover soon. India stands ready to provide all the assistance necessary to Morocco during this difficult time.”

As a result of the COVID-19, PM Modi noted that the world has faced a new challenge of trust deficit, which has been exacerbated by the conflict between Ukraine and Russia.

This trust deficit is a challenge that we can also overcome if we can defeat a pandemic like COVID. In his role as President of the G20, India calls upon the world to transform this trust deficit into confidence and trust. “Now is the time for all of us to work together,” he said.

The mantra of Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas, Sabka Prayas can serve as a torchbearer during this time. We will have to move towards a solid solution to issues such as the divide between North and South, the distance between East and West, food and fuel management, terrorism, cyber security, health, energy, and water security for future generations.”

PM Modi welcomed world leaders ahead of the G20 Summit, including US President Joe Biden, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz.

A replica of the Konark Wheel from Odisha greeted the leaders as they arrived in India’s G20 presidency

During the reign of King Narasimhadeva-I, the Konark Wheel was built. It is represented by the 24 spokes of the national flag of India, which represents India’s ancient wisdom, advanced civilization, and architectural excellence.

Symbolising time, Kalachakra, progress, and continuous change, the Konark Wheel rotates. It serves as a powerful symbol of the wheel of democracy that reflects democratic ideals and commitment to progress in society. The theme of this year’s G20 Summit is “Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam” or “One Earth, One Family, One Future” and is being hosted by India.

On Friday, Prime Minister Modi expressed confidence that the New Delhi G20 summit would chart a new path for human-centric and inclusive development

The 18th G20 Summit will be held at New Delhi’s iconic Bharat Mandapam on 9-10 September 2023. This will be the first G20 Summit hosted by India. I am eagerly anticipating productive discussions with world leaders. In a post on ‘X, he said that he believes the New Delhi G20 Summit will lead to a new era of human-centered and inclusive development.

Assuming the G20 presidency on December 1, last year, India is hosting its first G20 Summit.

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