Addressing the G20 summit In Indonesia's Bali, Prime Minister of India, Narender Modi said we are responsible for maintaining the new world, Post-Covid and about the war in Ukraine, he noted that this is the time when the world leaders must find a collective resolve for peace, harmony, and security around the world.
Referring to the next G20 meet which is scheduled to be held in India, he said India, the holy land of Buddha & Gandhi will procure messages of peace around the world.
"I am confident that when G20 meets in the holy land of Buddha and Gandhi, we’ll agree to convey a strong message of peace to the world," he added.
Citing the example of the Second World War and the havoc created by it, he said that world leaders then had made serious efforts to ensure peace “and now it is our turn”.
"Global supply chains are in ruins, the Prime Minister noted due to the prevailing geopolitical situation, which has led to a crisis of essential goods globally," he added.
He arrived in Bali on Monday and met President of the Republic of Senegal Macky Sall, Netherland's PM Mark Rutte, and US President Joe Biden.
He also met the first Indian-origin UK PM Rishi Sunak.
G20 (Group of Twenty) is the premier forum for international economic cooperation. The members of the G20 are Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Türkiye, the United Kingdom, the United States, and the European Union. Each year, the presidency invites guest countries to participate and Spain is invited as a permanent guest.
For this year, the priorities of the summit will be based on Global Health Architecture which involves deliberations towards strengthening global health resilience while making the global health system more inclusive, equitable, and responsive to crises; Digital Transformation, and sustainable energy.