Sherpa G20 Summit Begins – G20 India

Udaipur (Rajasthan) ∙ The first delegation meeting (Sherpa Meet) started after India assumed the chairmanship of the G20. The main objective is to decide on the agenda of the G20 summit to be held in India in September next year. Sherpa Amitabh Kant from India directed the discussions by focusing on the issues of paving the way for sustainable development using technology. Amitabh Kant said that this is the time when the opinion of the developing countries is respected, unlike when the developed countries used to decide the issues.

Apart from the representatives of the G20 countries, the representatives of the guest countries Bangladesh, Egypt, Mauritius, Netherlands, Nigeria, Oman, Singapore, Spain and United Arab Emirates are also participating in the 4-day conference.

Former Niti Aayog CEO and Kerala cadre IAS officer Amitabh Kant was appointed Sherpa India in July. Sherpa is the representative of the head of state. Sherpa is responsible for planning and holding various meetings related to the summit and leading discussions from the country’s perspective.

Meeting of all parties today

New Delhi: The central government today called an all-party meeting for proposals regarding the hosting of the G20 conference hosted by India. Leaders of 40 political parties have been invited to the meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

France hopes for India

London – The President of France, Emmanuel Macron, has placed full faith in India, which has taken the post of G20 chairman. He said that he is sure that his friend Prime Minister Narendra Modi can build a stable and peaceful world.

Macro tweeted a photo with Modi and said he believed India would work inspired by the concept of one land, one family, one future. Yesterday, US President Joe Biden also described India as a strong partner.

English summary: Udaipur hosts first Sherpa G20 meeting

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