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“G20 Summit 2023: Shaping the Global Agenda for Progress”

G20 Summit 2023
G20 Summit 2023

The G20 Summit in 2023, which is scheduled to take place in India, will mark a turning point in the effort to build sustainable futures. Leaders from the most powerful economies in the world get together at the renowned G20 Summit to discuss important problems that will affect the future of our planet. We will examine the relevance of the G20 Summit in India in 2023 and how it might inspire international cooperation in the effort to achieve sustainable development goals. We shall clarify the summit’s main theme, goals, and ability to effect positive change on a worldwide scale in this introduction. The G20 Summit in 2023 is expected to be a forum where countries come together to pave the way for a more just and sustainable global community.

Before the G20 Summit 2023, PM Modi and Joe Biden have a private meeting.

PM Modi and Joe Biden having meeting before G20 Summit 2023
PM Modi and Joe Biden having a meeting before G20 Summit 2023

On Friday, US Vice President Joe Biden landed in Delhi, the capital of India, to attend the G20 Summit 2023, which will be held on September 9–10, 2023 and be presided over by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. After arriving in India on Friday, US President Biden met with PM Modi behind closed doors together with Janet Yellen. President Biden is making his first trip to India as US President.

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In order to further deepen the India-US Comprehensive Global Strategic Partnership, which is founded on shared democratic values, strategic convergences, and strong people-to-people ties, the PM expressed his thanks for President Biden’s vision and dedication.

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The PM’s historic State visit to the United States in June 2023 produced a number of forward-thinking and comprehensive recommendations, some of which are being implemented thanks to the India-U.S. Initiative for Critical and Emerging Technology (iCET), which was praised by the two leaders.

The leaders applauded the ongoing momentum in bilateral cooperation, which spans a range of fields including defense, trade, investment, education, health, research, and people-to-people relations.

President Biden expressed his heartfelt congratulations to the Prime Minister and people of India on Chandrayaan-3’s momentous landing close to the lunar south pole and emphasized the two nations’ expanding space collaboration.

The two leaders also discussed a variety of local and international concerns. They concurred that the collaboration between India and the US benefited not only the citizens of the two nations but also the entire world.

The Prime Minister thanked President Biden for the United States’ ongoing assistance in helping to make India’s G20 Presidency successful.

US President Joe Biden and other G20 leaders met in New Delhi on Friday for their annual summit as the group’s viability was called into question by deep divides among its heavyweight members and China’s Xi Jinping’s absence.

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