G-20 Summit New Delhi

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On the opening day of the G-20 summit in New Delhi, a unanimous joint statement was issued, which did not condemn Russia for the war in Ukraine. However, all states were called upon to refrain from the use of force.

This development came as a surprise because the G-20 group is divided on the issue of the war in Ukraine. Western countries had previously strongly criticized Russia in joint statements, while other countries demanded a focus on broader economic issues.

The joint statement stated, “We call on all states to uphold the principles of international law, including territorial integrity and sovereignty, international humanitarian law, and the multilateral system that preserves peace and stability. We are committed to taking forward all relevant and constructive initiatives that are supportive of a comprehensive, just, and sustainable peace in Ukraine”.

The joint statement also emphasized the need for humanitarian aid and safe access to food and fertilizers through the Black Sea route agreement with Ukraine and Russia.

On the occasion of the event India tried to hide her poor face by covering the slumps of New Delhi with excessive large cloths, which is as par with hoodwinking the international leaders.

While on other hand India tried to show her wealth, just to impress the G-20 leaders, served the meals to the guests head of the states in the golden and silver utensils which was highly criticized by the Indian media.

The summit included participation from world leaders such as U.S. President Joe Biden, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.

The platform approved the permanent membership of the African Union in the G-20.With the consensus of all, the head of the African Union Azali Assoumani assumed his seat in the G-20 as a permanent member.

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U.S. Deputy National Security Adviser for National Security John Finer told reporters in New Delhi at the G-20 summit that the deal will benefit low- and middle-income countries in the region and play an important role in global trade.

The U.S. officials say the project aims to connect the countries of the region by rail and ports, reducing costs and fuel use in shipping, and helping the flow of energy and trade from the Gulf to Europe during shipping times.

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