G20 Summit 2023: Delhi Declaration (Delhi Declaration) The round of talks lasted for more than 200 hours to reach consensus among all countries. G20 Sherpa for India Amitabh Kant revealed this on Sunday (September 10). He said that a group of Indian diplomats worked continuously for more than 200 hours to reach a consensus on the G20 declaration. Thanks to which the summit (G20 Summit 2023) All countries agreed to the Delhi Declaration and it was adopted.
Team of diplomats held 300 bilateral meetings
He further informed that to reach the agreement on Ukraine conflict on the first day of the G20 leaders’ summit, a team of diplomats, including joint secretaries E Gambhir and K Nagaraj Naidu, held 300 bilateral meetings and distributed 15 drafts to their counterparts. According to Amitabh Kant, building consensus on the geopolitical paragraph (Russia-Ukraine) was the most complex part of the entire G20 summit. “It took 300 bilateral meetings, 200 hours of continuous negotiations and 15 drafts to accomplish this.”
India got strong support from these countries
He claimed that Naidu and Gambhir helped him a lot in this endeavour. Emerging economies like Brazil, South Africa and Indonesia played a key role in helping India achieve an unprecedented level of consensus among G20 countries on this divisive issue. The ‘G20 Leaders’ Declaration’ made no mention of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and instead urged all countries to maintain the ideals of each other’s territorial integrity and sovereignty.
India was successful in convincing China
The summit on Saturday (September 9)G20 Summit 2023) Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced on the first day that the G20 Leaders’ Declaration has been adopted unanimously. Sources have said that India has succeeded well in convincing China to agree to the Ukraine conflict. Many important international issues were agreed upon in the first meeting of the leaders of G20 countries on Saturday. Many big announcements were also made during this period.
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