For the upcoming meeting, New Delhi has invited all G20 members, including the president of the African Union, as well as nine guest countries and leaders of 11 international organizations, the Indian Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
According to the diplomatic source, the Virtual Summit aims to boost the results on key and selected action points of the Delhi Declaration and review the deliberations of the 2nd Voice of Global South Summit, held on Friday.
The meeting is expected to contribute to the promotion of the effective implementation of various decisions within the bloc and through relevant national and international platforms, the official press release underlines.
The Virtual G20 Leaders’ Summit will be the last meeting under the Indian presidency as Brazil will take over the leadership of the bloc as of December 1.
However, India will remain part of the troika during 2024 along with South Africa.