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India’s G-20 Presidency will be consultative, collaborative, decisive, says S Jaishankar

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India assumed the presidency of G-20 on Thursday. External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said New Delhi’s endeavour would be to make consensus on key global issues more relevant through a wider process of consultation. He said India would flag concerns on issues such as energy security, food security, access to healthcare, climate action and climate justice.
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India’s G20 presidency will be consultative, collaborative, and decisive: EAM S Jaishankar

As India formally assumes the G20 Presidency today, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said the event offers an opportunity to share India's story with others. Speaking at the University Connect Programme at Sushma Swaraj Bhawan in New Delhi, Jaishankar said there are very good reasons why today's world is taking a much deeper interest in India.

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India's G-20 Presidency Will Be Consultative, Collaborative, Decisive: Jaishankar

As India assumed the presidency of G-20, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Thursday said New Delhi’s endeavour would be to make consensus on key global issues more relevant through a wider process of consultation.Addressing the G-20 University Connect initiative, the first event of India’s presidency of the grouping, Jaishankar said it would also be India’s endeavour to emerge as the voice of the global south -- comprising Asia, Africa a…

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