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Amid the political bedlam, G-20 Summit at Bali hopes global concord

At Bali Nisha dua resort the 17th summit of G20 met to engage in fruitful discussions over global issues ranging from Food, Health, and Digital advancement.

This summit on Tuesday witnessed the presence of leaders from India, Italy, Japan, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Turkey, Australia, China, Canada, France, the United States of America, the United Kingdom, and the European Union. Further countries like Cambodia, Fiji, Rwanda, Senegal, Suriname, Singapore, the Netherlands, and UAE proceeded as special invitees. Like always International organizations including the UN, ASEAN, and the IMF attended the summit with an addition of the African Union this year.

These countries are a few selected advanced economies of the world based upon their share of 85% of the global GDP and 75% of global trade along with 66% of the world population.

The summit was headed by Indonesian President Jokowi who virtually invited 

The Ukrainian president, Zelensky, participated in the summit but the Russian President along with the leaders of Brazil and Mexico didn't appear this year, however the Russian Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov was present as the face of Russia. 

Jokowi paid special and utmost attention to the subject of retrieval after the disastrous global pandemic, his motto was thus, "Recover Together, Recover Stronger". The discourse that followed was prepared in three segments: Food and Energy Security, Health Coalition for Global Infrastructure and Investment, and Digital Reformation. Regardless of the ongoing dispensation of Ukraine and Russian war, the deliberate shift of center was on global stance and circumstances upon health management and finance post-pandemic. Subsequently, he brought attention to the environmental crisis at the moment and for that purpose, toured the attendees through the gracious Indonesian mangroves of Taman Hutan Raya known to be preserved across 70 acres for over 30 years.


Formed in 1999, it is deemed one of the most reputed and representative councils.

This summit is one of a kind since it's the first G-20 after the declared war between Ukraine and Russia and also because Chinese President Xi Jinping has made a presence after being elected at China's Party Congress again and advanced abroad for the second time after the pandemic. Other than the G-20 Summit, world attention is transfixed on the Biden-Xi meeting against the fact that the two nations haven't come to good or even neutral terms. 

For next year, the "Troika '' of G-20 will be presided over by India, including Indonesia and Brazil as the growing economies to indicate the transference towards the Global South in the international economic agenda. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will pivot the difficulties as fuel and food scarcity ensued by the presiding tensions


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