The G20 Summit in Delhi came to a conclusion when PM Modi gave Lula Da Silva of Brazil the G20 presidency. At the third G20 session "One Future" at the Bharat Mandapam in Delhi's Pragati Maidan, the Prime Minister officially transferred the presidency to the Brazilian President by handing over the ceremonial gavel. The two-day mega-conclave of world leaders held in the capital city of India during that country's G20 Presidency came to a close with this.
The G20 leaders, including US Vice President Biden, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, and Justin Trudeau of Canada, gathered at Rajghat to honour Mahatma Gandhi at the start of the second day of the Summit. Along with PM Modi, the leaders planted trees and laid wreaths at the Gandhi Memorial and held a tree plantation ceremony at Bharat Mandapam.
To commemorate the G20's two-day meeting, PM Modi joined G20 leaders in a symbolic tree-planting ceremony at the Bharat Mandapam convention venue on Sunday. "A symbolic tree-planting ceremony was attended by the G20 Heads of Delegation at the Bharat Mandapam. a coordinated effort to foster environmental consciousness at the G20 India," said Arindam Bagchi, a spokesman for the Ministry of External Affairs. At the Bharat Mandapam, where a G20 Garden will be built, saplings of either national or native trees of the different G20 nations will be planted.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi received praise from the interior minister Amit Shah for the "historic success" of India's G20 chairmanship.
Shah remarked on 'X,' previously Twitter, "My heartfelt congratulations to PM Narendra Modi on the historic success of our G20 presidency."
"Uniting everyone on the path to achieving the singularly significant goal of making the world a better place, the summit leaves an indelible victory mark for every citizen of our country who believes in the greatness of our benevolent cultural values," he said.
BJP officials, including Union ministers, also praised India's G20 leadership and praised the passage of the New Delhi Declaration.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's emphasis on "human-centric" globalisation and the issues facing the Global South, according to Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, find resonance in the Declaration.
"The New Delhi Leaders' Declaration was formally endorsed today at the G20 Leaders' Summit. Our concerns for the Global South and PM Narendra Modi's emphasis on human-centric globalisation have garnered support and respect. In a post on X, the minister expressed gratitude to all of the G20 participants for their assistance and support.
According to Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, the G20 conference in Delhi marked a turning point because it prevented the conflict in Ukraine from dominating the conversation. The gathering, according to Mr. Lavrov, was a success because India, as the G20's president, had successfully solidified the position of the Global South.
The Western attempts to "Ukrainize" the summit agenda were thwarted, Mr. Lavrov said as the two-day conference came to a finish. The seasoned Russian official said, "There is absolutely no reference of Russia in the text.
He said that the summit was a turning point because it gave us a path forward to advance in many important areas and thanked India for "preventing attempts to politicise" the G20.
Following the summit, Modi met with a number of foreign leaders in private. He then went to the media area and greeted everyone there. He waved to foreign and Indian media as photographers tried to click his pictures.
In order to generate a consensus agreement and advance on matters like reforming organisations like the Globe Bank, leaders of the 20 largest economies in the globe overcame significant differences about the conflict in Ukraine on Sunday during a summit in the Indian capital.
They also formally joined the African Union, fostering the bloc's diversity.
Despite a UN study from a day earlier describing the drawdown as "indispensable" to attaining net-zero emissions, leaders were unable to come to an agreement on a phase-out of fossil fuels. But for the first time, the G20 endorsed a goal of doubling the amount of renewable energy produced worldwide and made mention of the requirement that emissions must peak by 2025.
Grandiose plans to establish a modern-day Spice Route connecting Europe, the Middle East, and India were announced by a large consortium that included the United States and Saudi Arabia.
The G20's unified statement, according to the Ukrainian foreign ministry, was "nothing to be proud of" and was lambasted for not confronting Russia directly.
Oleg Nikolenko, a spokesman for the foreign ministry, shared a screenshot of the pertinent portion of the joint declaration with many passages redacted and replaced with language that more accurately reflected Ukraine's view that it was the victim of unprovoked Russian aggression.
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