India Takes Over G-20 Presidency Today To Lead The World
India is taking over the G-20 presidency today by focusing on bridging the digital divide, strengthen world unity, coutering terrorism & dealing with supply-chain disruptions.
Today, India will assume the G-20 chairmanship (December 1). The G-20 presidency presents India with a significant opportunity.
We must use this chance fully and concentrate on advancing world wellbeing and the common good.
India has solutions to problems related to these, whether it be peace or unity, environmental awareness or sustainable development, the prime minister stated on Sunday during his monthly radio address.
India takes over the G-20 leadership as the world grapples with a number of issues, including an escalating food and energy crisis, the conflict between the United States and Russia, and other geopolitical issues.
India will concentrate on closing the digital gap, primarily in underdeveloped nations. By bridging this gap, each nation will gain more from digital technologies and transformation.
PM Modi had urged the other G-20 leaders to promise to cooperate for digital inclusion during the following ten years on November 16.
He had stated that the overarching concept of his presidency, “One Earth, One Family, One Future,” would include the idea of “data for development.”
Global poverty and climate change can both be combated via digital technologies and solutions.
During multiple G-20 summits, India must also present its own form of digital infrastructural development and startup environment.
India will make an effort to resurrect terrorism on the G-20 agenda. The urgent necessity of the hour is for global cooperation and a strong framework to combat financing of terrorism and economic crime.
In order to reduce these dangers, India must work with the world’s largest economies. Information on the formal and informal sharing of money for terrorism must be done on a worldwide scale.
As terrorist attacks have a knock-on effect on the economy, India must strengthen its counterterrorism narrative and develop an action plan to do so.