Delhi G20 Summit 2023 Live Updates: Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said India’s G20 presidency has focussed on human-centric progress to ensure that the fruits of globalisation reach the last mile.
G20 Summit 2023 India Live Updates: With just two days left for the G20 Summit to kick off, the United States has confirmed that its President Joe Biden will hold a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the sidelines of the historic meeting Friday. NSC Coordinator for Strategic Communications John Kirby said the two are expected to discuss “the agenda for the G20, particularly the economic cooperation and multilateral investment opportunities that stand before the G20”.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said India’s G20 presidency has focussed on human-centric progress to ensure that the fruits of globalisation reach the last mile. In his opinion piece for The Indian Express today, Modi writes: “Our G20 Presidency strives to bridge divides, dismantle barriers, and sow seeds of collaboration that nourish a world where unity prevails over discord, where shared destiny eclipses isolation. As the G20 President, we had pledged to make the global table larger, ensuring that every voice is heard and every country contributes. I am positive that we have matched our pledge with actions and outcomes.”
Delhi is now decked up to welcome foreign delegates from participating nations. At Bharat Mandapam, the world leaders will come face-to-face with a magnificent statue of Nataraja, Lord Shiva in his cosmic dance, and at 27 feet, towering over the venue for the G20 Summit.