Before the G20 summit 2023 in New Delhi, foreign heads of state and dignitaries arrived on September 8. Over 30 administrators of state and senior government officials from European Union guest nations and 14 international organizations will attend the summit. India announced that the New Delhi Leaders’ Declaration is “nearly ready” and remains recommended to the group’s leaders.
India has focused on four guiding principles during its G-20 presidency: inclusivity, decisiveness, ambition, and action. India plans to participate proactively during the two-day summit to tackle complex global challenges, including responding to issues in the Global South, coping with Ukraine conflict, traversing an uncertain economic environment, and fostering inclusive growth.
The Declaration of New Delhi Leaders is almost ready: India
Today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet privately with President Joe Biden of the United States, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina of Bangladesh, and Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth of Mauritius.
Before the approaching G-20 summit, which will occur at the “Bharat Mandapam” from September 9–September 10, foreign heads of state and dignitaries arrived in New Delhi on September 8. More than 30 heads of state and other senior government officials from the European Union guest nations, 14 international organizations, and more will plan to attend the summit.
G-20 Summit Delhi
In a statement released on Friday, India stated that the New Delhi Leaders’ Declaration is “nearly ready” and remains recommended to the group’s leaders during the conclave. India declared that its G-20 presidency successfully represented Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s perception of being open-minded, aspirational, practical, and fiercely resolute.
Amitabh Kant: It serves as the opinion of the developing nations
Amitabh Kant, the sherpa for India at the G-20, stated during the press conference that the New Delhi Leaders’ Declaration will represent the voice of the developing world.
Four guiding principles
Prime Minister Modi claimed that India should be welcoming, determined, proactive, and resolute. “We have focused on these four guiding principles. During our presidency, we have upheld its ideals of inclusivity, decisiveness, ambition, and action,” Kant said.
Amitabh Kant’s additional remark
“Our New Delhi Leaders’ Declaration is almost complete, but I don’t want to dwell on it because the leaders will recommend accepting it during the summit. Only after they do will we be able to discuss the declaration’s actual accomplishments,” he said. According to Kant, over 220 G20-related meetings took place in 60 cities throughout India, showcasing the nation’s diversity and federal structure.
India plans on participating proactively
India will be ready to act proactively during the two-day G20 summit to tackle various complex global challenges that start this Saturday. These include responding to issues facing the Global South, coping with the fallout from the Ukraine conflict, traversing an uncertain economic environment, and fostering inclusive growth in the face of a fractured geopolitical environment.
For the summit, leaders from the G-20 grouping as well as the International Monetary Fund, World Bank, and Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) are gathering in the nation’s capital, including PM Modi, French President Emmanuel Macron, US President Joe Biden, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, and other leaders.