Pramod Kumar Mishra, Principal Secretary to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, reviewed in an executive meeting the outcome of the summit held in New Delhi on September 9-10.
During the meeting, Mishra assured that the G20 Summit was not an isolated affair and the Indian presidency had achieved solid results, which were being closely monitored.
He also emphasized that the G20 Secretariat, the Ministry of Economic Affairs, and the Ministry of External Affairs work together for a successful virtual summit.
Mishra urged all institutions involved to focus on the outcomes, the final declaration of the Leaders’ Summit, and the ministerial and working group meetings and asked them to conduct webinars with the participation of state governments and expert groups.
External Affairs Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar recalled in his recent speech at the United Nations that India’s G20 Presidency began with the Voice of Global South Summit, which allowed listening to the concerns of more than 125 nations directly and placed them on the bloc’s agenda.
Jaishankar noted that in this context, India assumed full responsibility for the G20 Presidency to focus on the majority’s problems and work together for a world where unity should prevail.