Prime Minister Narendra Modi unveils his website, theme and logo…

New Delhi: At an event in Delhi on Tuesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi unveiled the website, theme and logo of India’s G20 Presidency.

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This is a momentous occasion for India. I would like to extend my warmest greetings to all my fellow citizens on this special occasion,” Prime Minister Modi said.

“Vasudhaiv Kutumbakam is India’s beacon of global compassion. Lotus represents India’s rich cultural heritage and belief in uniting the world. We had consulted our fellow citizens for their insightful logo design suggestions. “These ideas now serve as a mouthpiece for such an important global event,” he added.

The Prime Minister said the G20 Presidency gives India a chance to contribute to the global agenda.

“We have lived through horrible times while being bound by colonialism.” “India has overcome a number of hurdles by using every difficult situation to its advantage,” the prime minister said.

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India will succeed Indonesia at the head of the G20. Italy and Indonesia, as well as India, are part of the G20 troika. India will host over 200 meetings in 32 distinct industries at various venues across India during the G20 Presidency.

The G20 summit, which will take place in 2023, will be one of the most important international events that India has ever hosted.

G20 members

The G20 has 19 members: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Turkey, United Kingdom and Les United States of America.

90% of GDP

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The Group of Twenty represents around 90% of world GNP, 80% of world trade (including intra-EU trade) and two-thirds of the world’s population.

India and the G20

India has been a member of the G20 since the establishment of this group as a forum of finance ministers in 1999. Since its establishment, it has been actively involved in the preparatory process, both on the Sherpa and on the financial aspects.

Daniel L. Vasquez