According to PM Modi, India's G20 agenda would be inclusive, ambitious, and practical.

PM Narendra Modi says India will host 200 meetings in 32 different sectors across India . India will use its G20 presidency as inspiration for others, particularly those in the developing world .

New Delhi, India, December 1: Prime Minister Narendra said in a blog post on Thursday that India's G20 agenda would be inclusive, ambitious, and decisive, and that its priorities will be decided not only in consultation with G20 partners, but also with the Global South.Let us unite to make India's G20 presidency a presidency of healing, peace, and hope.Let us work together to create a new paradigm of human-centric globalization, writes he.During the G-20 presidency, India will host about 200 meetings in 32 different sectors at different points across India.

The previous 17 Presidency of the G20 delivered significant results, among other things, in terms of ensuring macroeconomic stability, rationalizing international taxation, and reducing the country's debt burden.We will benefit from these achievements and build further on them, however, Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked if we can catalyse a fundamental paradigm shift to benefit humanity as a whole, he said.I think we can, he said, as India takes its G20 presidency.This is not just a slogan.It takes into account recent changes in human situation, which we have collectively failed to appreciate.We now have the resources to satisfy the basic needs of all people in the world, says PM Modi.

Our G20 priorities will be determined in consultation with not only our G20 partners, but also our fellow travelers in the global South, whose voice often goes unheard.He wrote that our goals would be to revitalize our One Earth, restore balance within our One Family, and give hope to our One Future.

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