New Delhi, September 9, 2023 – Prime Minister Narendra Modi formally opened the 18th G20 Summit, a significant event taking place under India’s Presidency for the first time. In a somber start to the proceedings, Prime Minister Modi expressed condolences for the earthquake victims in Morocco.
A Human-Centric Approach for Global Progress
PM Modi stressed the importance of adopting a human-centric approach in addressing global challenges. He stated that this approach should guide the deliberations and actions of the G20 nations moving forward.
Summit Venue: ‘Bharat Mandapam’ in Delhi’s Pragati Maidan
The Summit is being held at the newly inaugurated ‘Bharat Mandapam’ in Delhi’s Pragati Maidan, providing a symbolic backdrop for discussions on global cooperation and development.
Global Vision: Sustainable, Inclusive, and Human-Centric Development
President Droupadi Murmu extended a warm welcome to the foreign dignitaries, emphasizing the need for a global roadmap that promotes sustainable, inclusive, and human-centric development. India’s G20 Presidency theme, ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam – One Earth, One Family, One Future,’ aligns with this vision.
The President of India, through an official social media post, expressed hope for the success of the G20 Summit and urged participants to work towards realizing the shared vision of a more equitable and human-centered world.
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