African Union became G20 member on India’s initiative, Union leader Ajali Asomani hugged PM Modi as soon as approval was given, 55 countries benefited from this, consensus reached on common manifesto
New Delhi leaders manifesto approved
-There were difficulties in getting this manifesto approved regarding the Russia-Ukraine issue.
New Delhi (EMS). A joint declaration has been agreed upon on the very first day of the ongoing G20 Summit in New Delhi. Prime Minister Modi gave this information in his capacity as the speaker at the beginning of the second session on Saturday. He passed the New Delhi Declaration with the consent of all the member countries. Ukraine war has been mentioned 4 times in the manifesto. In the first session of the summit, India had proposed to make African Union a permanent member of G20. As soon as PM Modi passed it with the consent of all the countries as the President, African Union head Ajali Asomani went and hugged PM Modi. India’s proposal was also supported by China and the European Union. 55 countries of Africa will benefit from getting membership in the union.
It is noteworthy that earlier there were difficulties in getting this manifesto approved due to the Russia-Ukraine issue. However, India later made changes in the paragraphs of the declaration, which made it easier to get approval. PM Modi thanked the G20 Sherpas, ministers and officials behind the approval of this joint declaration and praised them for their hard work. Modi said that my proposal is that the Leaders Declaration should also be adopted. I also announce the adoption of this declaration.
African Union becomes G20 member
In the summit, the Prime Minister proposed to make the African Union a permanent member of G20. As soon as the PM passed it in his capacity as Chairman, African Union head Ajali Asomani went and hugged PM Modi. India’s proposal was also supported by China and the European Union. 55 countries of Africa will benefit from African Union getting membership of G20. The G20 includes Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Republic of Korea, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Turkey, Britain, the US and the European Union.
A crisis of trust has arisen in the world
The PM said that after Corona, a crisis of trust has arisen in the world. The Ukraine war has deepened this crisis. When we can defeat Corona, we can also overcome this crisis of trust through mutual discussion. This is the time to move together with everyone. The Prime Minister said- A few kilometers away from the place where we have gathered today, there is a two and a half thousand year old pillar. It is written on it in Prakrit language that the welfare of humanity should always be ensured. Two and a half thousand years ago, the land of India had given this message to the whole world. This time of 21st century is going to give a new direction to the whole world.
Call for sustainable development to tackle climate change
Top world leaders called for an urgent need to tackle various challenges facing the world, including on the climate front. British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said G20 leaders first came together 15 years ago to restore global growth after the financial crisis. We now meet in times of great challenge. The world is once again looking to the G20 to provide leadership. I believe that together we can face these challenges.
A task force will be created for the global campaign
Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva said a task force will be created for the global campaign against climate change during his country’s G20 presidency. We want to reach ‘COP 30’ in 2025, with a balanced climate agenda between mitigation, adaptation, loss and damage and financing, while ensuring the sustainability of the planet and the dignity of people.
What are the highlights of the New Delhi manifesto?
– Strong, sustainable, balanced and inclusive growth
– Accelerating progress on SDGs
-Green Development Agreement for a Sustainable Future
-Multilateral institutions for the 21st century
-Technological change and digital public infrastructure
– Gender equality and empowering all women and girls
-Financial sector issues
-Combating terrorism and money laundering
-Building a more inclusive world