The G20 presidency of India begins: Focus on climate financing?

G20 India's Presidency

In a moment of pride for all Indians, India will assume leadership of the G20 today, with a focus on forging unity, counterterrorism, entrepreneurship, and climate finance, among other crucial concerns.
The beginning of India's presidency will be marked by a number of people-centered activities. It features the "University Connect" programme, in which External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar will speak to students from 75 different universities. Across the country, up to 100 monuments will be illuminated with the G20 insignia.

The theme of India's G20 presidency is "One Earth, One Family, One Future," and it emphasises on taking a global approach to addressing the future. Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated during the closing session of the G20 Summit in Bali that the country's presidency will be "inclusive, ambitious, resolute, and action-oriented."

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Counterterrorism will be one of the topics that is discussed. Aside from financial issues like taxation, the programme will also include development, climate change, and renewable energy. Of course, every issue requires agreement.
PM Modi on the G20 On November 16, at the summit in Bali, Indonesian President Joko Widodo transferred the G20 Presidency to India. India's G20 presidency would be inclusive, ambitious, definite, and action-oriented, Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared.

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The G20 conference "may become a catalyst for global welfare together with every country's efforts," Prime Minister Modi stated.

Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States, and the European Union are among the 19 nations that make up the G20 (EU).

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