India was instrumental in negotiating the G20 summit declaration, White House Press Secretary Karen Jean-Pierre said in her latest press conference, adding that Prime Minister Narendra Modi “has made it clear that today’s era should not be a war” as she noted. to me The conflict between Ukraine and Russia Which escalated in February this year. The two-day G-20 summit – which concluded earlier this week in Bali, Indonesia – saw the attendance of top world leaders including President of the United States Joe Biden, Rishi Sunak of the United Kingdom and others. One of the main talking points was the Ukraine war.
“We had a successful G-20 Leaders Summit,” Karen Jean-Pierre told reporters on Friday (local time) that India and the US are working closely on food and energy issues among others. “We have addressed current food and energy security challenges and efforts to build a resilient global economy. Prime Minister Modi’s relationship has been crucial to achieving this outcome. We look forward to supporting India’s G20 presidency next year,” she stressed.
Prime Minister Modi’s “No to war” message was echoed in the declaration of the G20 Summit. In a joint statement following the summit, the leaders “denounced in the strongest terms the Russian Federation’s aggression against Ukraine” and demanded its “complete and unconditional withdrawal from the territory of Ukraine”. “Acknowledging that the G20 is not a forum for resolving security issues, we acknowledge that security issues can have serious consequences for the global economy,” the statement read.
On the top, Moody PM He emphasized: “I have repeatedly said that we will find a way to return to the path of ceasefire and diplomacy in Ukraine. Over the past century, World War II wreaked havoc on the world. After that, the leaders of that time made serious efforts to take the path of peace. Now it is our turn. .”
Meanwhile, India holds the G20 Presidency from December 1. In the joint declaration, G20 members also reaffirmed: “We look forward to meeting again in India in 2023, in Brazil in 2024, and in South Africa in 2025.”
(with input from ANI)
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