As Speaking at the University Connect Programme at Sushma Swaraj Bhawan in New Delhi, Jaishankar said there are very good reasons why today’s world is taking a much deeper interest in “G20 presidency offers an opportunity to share our story with others, particularly those who may transpose some of our experiences on their performance or challenges,” he said attended by high-level delegates including G20’s “It is also the time we become the voice of the Global South.”
Underscoring the importance of this juncture, the external affairs minister said this is not a development that should be regarded as just one more diplomatic happening.
“On the contrary, it is a crucial responsibility that is being assumed by He said G20 is not just the collective weight of participants, adding the very process of holding it is uniquely impactful.
Jaishankar noted how about 200 meetings of G20 are taking place in multiple locations across
“Given its significance, we would like G20 not to be a Delhi-centric set of events, but one that is hosted and celebrated across the width and the breadth of our country,” he stressed.
Talking about the backdrop of Arguing for more focus on issues affecting the vulnerable sections of the world, Jaishankar said that attention needs to be paid not only to the problem but also for finding viable solutions.
This University Connect event today saw the virtual participation of students and leading academicians from 75 universities across the country with top leaders, scholars, and academicians.
Speaking before Jaishankar, G-20’s “Shringla said the country’s G20 presidency is both a unique opportunity and profound responsibility for all G20 Sherpa Amitabh Kant also spoke at the event. Kant said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be setting the agenda of the world in very challenging times.
“As the G20 President,
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