Leadership, development and peace: What India and the world expects from the G20 presidency – Economic Times

Prime Minister Narendra Modi speaks with India’s Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar during a session during the G20 Summit in Bali on November 16, 2022.


From December 1, India takes charge of the G20 presidency for a year. India’s presidency brings unique challenges for New Delhi as it treads a tightrope to balance geo-economic challenges that the world is facing amid the Russia-Ukraine war and China’s zero Covid policy. All this is leading to supply-chain disruptions, energy crunch and price rise. What are India’s plans?

All eyes are on India as the presidency of G20 or Group of Twenty, an intergovernmental group of 19 countries and the European Union (EU), engages with New Delhi for a year. There has never been a better time for the world to come together and solve each other’s issues seeing what the world has gone through in the past two years, and even now, in the wake of the Russia-Ukraine war. G20, which represents 90% of the global GDP, 80% of global

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