Prime Minister Narendra Modi will chair the virtual G20 Leaders Summit on November 22.
The concluding session of the G20 summit was held in New Delhi in September. At the same time, Prime Minister Modi had announced to host the virtual summit.
PM Modi said that before the conclusion of India’s presidency at the G20 summit, India will hold a virtual summit by inviting heads of nine guest countries and 11 international organizations.
Regarding the program, the Ministry of External Affairs said, leaders of all G20 members, including the President of the African Union, have been invited.
According to Akashvani report, the leaders’ declaration was adopted unanimously at the G20 summit in New Delhi.
Regarding the virtual summit, the Ministry of External Affairs said that the outcomes and action points of the New Delhi summit will be taken forward.
The virtual summit will make the Delhi Declaration of G20 more important. After this the development will also be reviewed.
The points discussed during the deliberations at the second Voice of the Global South summit held on 17 November will also be discussed in the G20 virtual summit.
The virtual G20 summit is also expected to focus on effective implementation of various G20 decisions, including through relevant national and international platforms.
Let us tell you that India has the presidency of G20 till 30 November. Brazil will chair the G20 in 2024. The G20 troika will include India, Brazil and South Africa.