G-20 Presidency Aiming to Address Global Political Turbulence

By siliconindia   |   Monday, 13 March 2023, 17:32 IST
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G-20 Presidency Aiming to Address Global Political Turbulence

The G-20 presidency summit of India aims to critically address the setbacks per global political conflicts.                

An inaugural function of the G20 foreign ministers hosted by External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar critically aimed at addressing the geopolitical conflicts.

The Foreign Secretary, Mr. Vinay Mohan Kwatra, narrated that the main agenda of the discussion was to discuss the global scenario per the nature and developing situation of the political conflicts, and its critical impact on food, energy, and fertiliser security. These areas have been raised as the key focus sectors for the Indian presidency in recent times. Claiming that he is not misjudging the outcome of the summit in advance, Mr. Kwatra underlines the priority focus of the meeting in the global context.  

The US Secretary of State Antony Blinken could not make it to meet due to a delay in departure. Post his arrival, Mr. Blinken addressed the press, stating the significance of G20 priorities of India among the US, to deliver action-oriented solutions in addressing global challenges. He mentioned the US will extend support to India in addressing the political uncertainties globally.

Sea lanes for grain delivery are facing a major setback in recent times, where closing international cooperation and clear resolving to ensure brazen aggression aids in efficient tackling of political hindrances. The G20 presidency proposal of India aims at promoting a unifying agenda to restore confidence in multilateral diplomacy, preventing the fragmentation of the global economy.

The summit also underlines the factors instigating the current serious problems in world politics and the global economy aiming to address them on an effective note. It also aims for mutual development between developed, developing, or under-developed nations. While other countries are highly in agreement with the G20 Chair’s summary, few others are yet to achieve a state of synergy with the regulations, with a formulation to avoid friction between nations.