On December 1, India officially took over the G20 presidency. Prime Minister Narendra Modi promised that India would work to advance the common good through an inclusive, decisive agenda.
India can spark a fundamental attitude shift that will benefit all of mankind, according to Prime Minister Modi, who wrote a piece to convey his thoughts on the momentous milestone for Indian diplomacy.
I wonder, as India takes on this significant role, if the G20 can still advance. Can we trigger a profound revolution in thinking that will benefit all of humanity? We can, I think,” PM Modi wrote.
I would like to acknowledge the previous G-20 presidencies for delivering significant results. #G20India @jokowi @GiorgiaMeloni @kishida230 @alferdez
I firmly believe now is the best time to go further still and catalyse a fundamental mindset shift, to benefit humanity as a whole. #G20India @MohamedBinZayed @AlsisiOfficial @RishiSunak @vonderleyen
There is no longer a place for the same old zero-sum thinking that has produced both scarcity and violence, according to PM Modi, who also said that India’s G20 leadership will aim to advance a global sense of oneness.
One Earth, One Family, One Future is not only a slogan, the prime minister emphasised, as it takes into consideration “recent changes in human conditions.”
Not only will we confer with our G20 colleagues, but also with our fellow travellers in the global South, whose voices are sometimes ignored,” he continued.
According to the prime minister, India is eager to work on depoliticizing the world’s supply of food, fertiliser, and medical supplies as well as promoting sustainable lifestyles.
India will promote an open dialogue amongst the most powerful nations on reducing the threats posed by WMD and boosting global security, he said, in order to instil optimism in our future generations.
The greatest problems we face today, such as terrorism, pandemics, and climate change, can only be resolved by working together, according to Prime Minister Modi
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