A consensus has been reached on the New Delhi Declaration of the G20 Group of Leaders' Conference. Prime Minister Modi informed about the passing of the declaration during the second session titled ‘One Family’.
Addressing the inaugural session, the Prime Minister congratulated the ministers, Sherpas and officials involved in finalizing the declaration.
- Earlier, the 18th summit conference of G20 countries started in New Delhi on 9 September 2023.
Welcome of African Union in G20 group:
- At the conference, the African Union was made a permanent member of the group. At the inaugural session, Prime Minister Narendra Modi invited Chairperson of the African Union Ajali Asomani to take the seat as a permanent member.
- India had proposed to make the African Union a permanent member of the G20 in the spirit of Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas.
- Addressing the first session titled 'One Earth', Prime Minister Modi said that India's G20 presidency has become a symbol of inclusive sentiments within and outside the country.
- On September 9, 2023, India called upon the world to work on converting distrust into trust.
Time for everyone to move on:
- Prime Minister Modi said that this is the time for everyone to move forward. Be it food and fuel management, terrorism, cyber security, health, energy or water security, we have to find concrete solutions for future generations.
- Prime Minister Modi said that the 21st century is an important time to give a new direction to the world. The world is living at a time when age-old problems are demanding solutions and at such a time we have to fulfill our responsibilities with a human-centric approach.
PM Modi expressed grief over the widespread loss of life and property due to earthquake in Morocco:
- Prime Minister Modi expressed grief over the widespread loss of life and property due to the earthquake in Morocco. He wished for the speedy recovery of the injured. The Prime Minister said that India is ready to provide all possible assistance to Morocco in this hour of disaster.
President Draupadi Murmu hosted a dinner in honor of the guests of the G20 summit:
- President Draupadi Murmu welcomed all the heads of delegations of member countries, guest nations and international organizations attending the G-20 summit.
- In a social media post, he said that the theme of India's G20 presidency is Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam – One Earth, One Family, One Future, a framework for sustainable, inclusive and human-centered development of the world.
- President Murmu hosted a dinner in honor of world leaders on 9 September 2023.
- Along with the G20 leaders' summit, the Prime Minister participated in bilateral meetings with various countries.
Meeting with Britain and Japan:
- Prime Minister Modi held meetings with British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida. The Prime Minister said that mutual relations were reviewed in the meeting with the Prime Minister of Japan. Topics included in India's G20 presidency and Japan's G7 presidency were also discussed.
- He said that India is keen to increase cooperation in communications, commerce and other areas. Regarding his meeting with the British Prime Minister, Prime Minister Modi said that they discussed measures to strengthen trade relations and promote investment. India and Britain will work together to make the world prosperous and stable.
- Prime Minister Modi also held bilateral meetings with the leaders of Germany and Italy on 9 September 2023. Prime Minister Modi will hold a meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron on September 10.
- The Prime Minister will also meet the leaders of Canada and participate in one-to-one meetings with the leaders of Comoros, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, South Korea, the European Union, the European Commission, Brazil and Nigeria.
- On September 10 itself, apart from bilateral and G20 summit meetings, world leaders and representatives are also scheduled to visit different parts of the city.