Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the achievement of “consensus” in the text of the final declaration of the G20 leaders summit.
“I received good news. As a result of our team, a consensus was reached on the text of the Declaration of the G20 leaders in New Delhi. I announce the adoption of the declaration,” he said.
The G20 leaders are held on a regular basis once a year in different countries. This year, the event will be held in India for the 18th time under the motto “One land, one family, one future.” The main theme of the event will be the “inclusive and stable world.” India will take the forum for the first time, meetings will be held at the largest exhibition center Pragati Maidan (Bharat Mandapam).