WASHINGTON: India played An essential role in negotiating The G20Prime Minister Narendra Modi signed the Bali Declaration ModiThe message of the Russian-Ukraine conflict “today’s era must not be of war”The White House He said.
The G20The Wednesday Bali Declaration by the members acknowledged differences on the Russia-Ukraine conflict, but it stressed that it was a joint declaration. essential respect international law, including protection of civilians. in conflicts.
The members of the grouping stated that they are against nuclear weapons, and threatened to use them. “peaceful resolution of conflicts.”
“Today’s era must not be of war,” The declaration echoed the comment made by Prime Minister Modi at his bilateral meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the margins the SCO summit in September.
“India played an essential role in negotiating the summit’s declaration. Prime Minister Modi made clear today’s era must not be of war,” White House Karine Jean-Pierre, Press Secretary told reporters during Friday’s daily news conference.
“Among other priorities addressed, we have a path forward to addressing current food and energy security challenges while continuing our efforts to build a resilient global economy,” She spoke.
After attending the Indonesian Presidential Elections, Joe Biden, President of the United States, returned to America on Thursday. G20 Summit in Bali.
India Presides over the presidency G20 in All its members and the international community agree that December would mark an important milestone in The history of the group.
“Prime Minister Modi’s relationship was critical to this outcome, and we look forward to supporting India’s G-20 presidency next year. We look forward to that next meeting,” Jean-Pierre said.
She stated that Biden spoke to Modi and Joko Widodo, the Indonesian President, at the summit’s fringes.
The G20 Members include Argentina, Brazil, Canada and China as well as France, Germany, France, Brazil, Canada, China and France. India, Indonesia. Japan. South Korea. Mexico. Russia. Saudi Arabia. South Africa. Turkey.
Together, they G20 It accounts for 85 percent of the global GDP, 75% of international trade and two-thirds the world’s population. This makes it the most important forum for international economic cooperation.