India's G20 Presidency

The G20 is a group of 19 countries and the European Union. It took birth in 1999. After the Asian financial crisis in 1997, which destabilized Asia first and the world later, world leaders felt the need for a comprehensive world group that would tackle global economic problems.

India became a member of G20 in 1999. It took the G20 presidency from Indonesia on December 1, 2022. Since then, India has been busy in preparing itself for the unprecedented event that will have a long-lasting impact. It is an opportunity for India to take lead in the global affairs.

When multilateralism is in constant fluctuation, India’s entry into the global arena can change the overall picture and overhaul all institutions like the UNSC. Being the largest democracy in the world and the champion of multilateralism, it has got the platform to take the initiative of sustainable development goals to its logical end.

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When the world is recovering from COVID-19 and the challenges thrown in the wake of the Russia-Ukraine war, India can take the world out of the snares of territorial and ideological wars. Moreover, India has been continuously highlighting the issue of climate change. It firmly believes that climate change is a global problem. It needs the foresight to mitigate its impact.

Apart from these issues, women empowerment and gender equality are areas that have recently been taken into account. India is constantly trying to empower women and use their energies for the overall development of society.

Last but not least, India is investing in the modern educational and health sectors. In the age of AI, Machine Learning, Cloud Computing, the Internet of Things, et cetera, world-class education and health are not the privilege of some but rather the privilege of all.

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Overall, it is a moment of happiness that the world leaders are visiting one of the ancient civilizations of the world that is proud of its diversity and composite culture. The presidency should act as a wake-up call for both India and the world to rise above selfish agendas and strive for world peace.

The world cannot afford to go to another war. It will wipe the whole of humanity from the earth. Let us resort to common sense and abstain from provocative statements and ultimatums. Overall, the future belongs to all.

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