What should India expect from this 17th G-20 Summit and how important is this chance to chair the 18th G-20 Summit?
In response to this question, JNU Professor Swaran Singh says, “First of all, it has been the tradition of the G20 summit that the countries that are the president of the previous year and the country that will be the president of the coming year, keep constant coordination with each other.” For the last year, India has been continuously engaged with Indonesia in which direction the G-20 should be taken and how to reach a consensus on different issues. So this will be a good opportunity for India to talk to the leaders of other countries. To coordinate with them, to invite them to come to India next year, and to put their point forward.
“India has raised many issues, such as the International Solar Alliance or the lifestyle for the environment that the Prime Minister talked about in Glasgow last year, then India would have got a chance to speak on such a big platform and it would have been given a guideline. to give.”
“It is a big deal for India, which is now the fifth largest emerging economy in the world and the fastest growing among these economies, to get the chairmanship of such a big and powerful forum. By associating with it, we get a chance to serve our national interest first. Along with this, there are big problems in financial thinking and financial coordination in the whole world. Whether it is about the environment or energy, or how can they be solved, India gets a good opportunity to present its thinking and give a guideline to all these economies?