India hands over G20 presidency to Brazil
India hands over G20 presidency to Brazil: At the conclusion of the grouping’s annual summit in New Delhi this weekend, India officially handed over the presidency to Brazil on Sunday.
India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi concluded the transfer by handing over the presidential gavel to Brazil’s President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva. India has held the G20 presidency since December 1, when it took over from Indonesia, and will continue to do so until November 30.
The group approved a consensus statement during the two-day meeting, making pledges on a variety of topics, including food and energy security, climate change, and global debt concerns.
Modi also suggested a “virtual summit” of the grouping at the end of November to examine the state of the members’ recommendations and initiatives and decide “how their progress can be accelerated.” “In that session, we can review the topics decided during this summit,” Modi said, adding that members will be informed.
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