US To Render Support for Indias G20 Presidency
With India taking over the G20 Presidency in December 2022, the White House Secretary underlines India’s significant role in negotiating the G20 Declaration.
The White House highlighted India’s crucial role in negotiating the G20 declaration in the Indonesian city of Bali while appreciating the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s efforts in communicating an indispensable message globally that the current era should not be a period of war.
PM Modi remarked on these words at a bilateral meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on the margins of the SCO (Shanghai Cooperation Organization) summit held in September 2022. With the differences among the members in the rising disputes circled out at the G20’s Bali declaration, the significance of critically adhering to international law and protecting civilians caught in conflicts has gained momentum.
The constituents of the G20 have highly suppressed the fact that they are totally against the threats elevated by nuclear weapons usage and, thereby, rely upon achieving a peaceful resolution of these pertaining hostilities. Following this, Mrs. Karine Jean Pierre, the White House Secretary, underlined India’s pivotal role in negotiating the summit's declaration. She conveyed her respect for PM Modi, owing to his remark to suppress the emerging conflicts among nations. Adding more to this, Mrs. Pierre addressed that it is critical to choose a path in resolving the food and security challenges that protract while making earnest efforts to build a resilient global economy for the future.
With India taking over the G20 Presidency in December 2022, the members and international community address that this leadership would critically remark on a milestone in the history of the grouping. Mrs. Pierre stated that the US nations are typically looking forward to supporting India’s G20 presidency in the upcoming year, where President Biden has already initiated talks with Indian PM Modi and Indonesian President Mr. Joko Widodo on the sidelines of the summit.